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Benny Walker

Brett Clarke Composer

Indigenous Cultural Education. Aboriginal Dancer. Music Performer. Available for school talks workshops, bush tucker cooking, medicinal & bushfoods plants presentations.

Dan Sultan

Dan Sultan is a singer of immense quality, his sound can be best described as equal parts blues, soul and country. He plays with his seven piece soul band producing his own style of country soul rock 'n' roll.

  • Phone:
  • 03 9416 4229
  • Address:
  • Suite 6, 15 Vera Street
    Collingwood,
    Vic 3066
  • Website:
  • www.dansultan.com

Ilbijerri Theatre Co-operative

Their plays explore a range of complex and controversial issues across a range of genres including music, puppetry and comedy, and possess the power to reach out and remind audiences of every person's need for family, history and heritage.

  • Phone:
  • 03 9329 9097
  • Address:
  • Arts House, Meat Market, 5 Blackwood Street
    North Melbourne
    Vic 3051
  • Website:
  • www.ilbijerri.com.au

James Henry

Nominated for the “Most promising new talent” award at the Deadly’s Aboriginal Music Awards in 2004 after completing his debut album “Calm Crazy”, James Henry’s strongest music influences would have to come from Simon and Garfunkel, The Beatles and more recently Elliott Smith. Like these artists his songs vary in mood from the sweetest arpeggiated melodies of heartbreak to the heavily strummed high-energy songs about the pleasures of life.

Jessie Lloyd

Originally from the tropics of far north Queensland, Jessie Lloyd is a fresh yet mature singer songwriter who performs an acoustic interpretation of soul and groove. Nominated as Female Artist of the Year at the 2009 Too Solid Awards and former member of the award winning band Djiva, Jessie Lloyd’s strong and alluring vocals compliment her lyrics well, and her 18 years of guitar playing is tasteful and full bodied.

Kinja

Ron Murray and Sarah James are Kinja. They bring together the cultural heritage of their ancestors. They produce a fusion of Indigenous and Celtic music, featuring didgeridoo, fiddle and vocals. They aim to promote reconciliation through music.
Ron is also a cultural awareness trainer and a cultural educator, he’s known as teacher, story teller, artist and musician, working with all age groups to embrace Aboriginal culture. Ron recently received his MA (Education) from RMIT for his work in bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous education.

  • Phone:
  • 03 5473 4112
  • Address:
  • PO Box 84
    Campbell's Creek
    Vic 3451
  • Website:
  • www.kinja.com.au

Kutcha Edwards

Kutcha Edwards, a Mutti Mutti man, is one of Australia’s most respected Indigenous singer/songwriters. Kutcha’s music community work and his role in education have earned him iconic status amongst both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

Lee Morgan

Lee “Sonnyboy” Morgan is from the Gunditjmara Kirrae Whurrong clan from the south west of Victoria. His solo career and vivacious guitar strung tunes embrace a new phase in soulful country rock music. He has performed and appeared on many albums as a guitar-gun for hire with some of Australia’s legendary musical talents including Shane Howard, Archie Roach, Rubie Hunter, Jessica Mauboy, Dean Geyer and The Mary G Show.

Mc Lady Lash

Live performance, lyricist, poet, workshops, mentor, songwriter, singer, director.

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