Paul Kelly, James Reyne and Busby Marou to headline OzTober Garage Session
Triple M’s month-long celebration of great Australian music across its regional network, OzTober, will finish with a bang when Triple M presents the “OzTober Garage Session” – exclusive to Triple M Club members across the country on Thursday, November 2.
The “OzTober Garage Session” will feature three of Australia’s most recognisable musical acts and is set to light up the Hunter Valley’s picturesque Hope Estate Winery for a night of unforgettable Aussie music.
Legendary singer-songwriter and the man behind classic Australian hits “Dumb Things”, “How to Make Gravy” and “To Her Door”, Paul Kelly, will take to the stage.
As will former Australian Crawl frontman James Reyne, the singer of iconic rock-and-roll anthems “Boys Light Up” and “Reckless”.
Joining them are “Best Part of Me” singers, the Queensland folk/roots duo Busby Marou, who said they were honoured to be able to share the stage with Australian music royalty in one of the country’s most beautiful locations.
“We’re absolutely pumped for this garage session with Paul Kelly and James Reyne, we’re chuffed that we’ve been invited to be part of it,” the duo said.
“Playing a show with Australia’s best artists, at Australia’s best location, with an endless supply of the best wine in the country. An impossible gig to decline!”
The “OzTober Garage Session” wraps up a month-long celebration of Australia’s most recognisable music across 32 stations on the Regional Triple M Network.