2017 First Artist Announcement
Raconteur, troubadour, balladeer and poet, Mick is best known as the song master of pub-rock icons Weddings Parties Anything.
"She looks like an angel… roars like a lion… and plays guitar like a demon! She’s been likened to the great Janis Joplin… ‘a female John Butler’."
Pete Denahy covers a lot of ground in the world of entertainment. His musical world extends from packed venues at music festivals to picking tunes under a tree with friends.
“Liz Stringer has become one of the most respected singer-songwriters on the national scene” – TheMusic.com
Mile Twelve is a fresh, hard driving young band beautifully walking the line between original and traditional bluegrass.
Jed Rowe is an acclaimed singer/songwriter and guitarist from Melbourne.
Festival favourites & 2016/17 Golden Guitar finalists, The Hillbilly Goats, strip back the layers of modern music and transport you on a journey through roots and old time blues.
Billy’s relaxed, warm and distinctive vocals, sooth you and guide you on a journey through time, places and events that shaped the great country of ours.
William Alexander is a young folk singer with an old soul. Brought up and inspired by older songs William seeks to keep tradition alive as well as bring forth new stories in the form of his poetic, ballad-style songwriting.
Andrew Clermont commented recently after sharing the stage with The Shared Affiar - “Two hours of sonic bliss”.
Old Melbourne Road are a 7 piece Irish/Australian folk rock band from Dunnstown, Victoria.
These local lads will guarantee a good time!
Here are just some of the amazing artists who have performed at past Patchewollock Music Festivals:
Eric Bogle • Neil Murray • Greg Champion • Sal Kimber and the Rollin Wheel • Pete Denahy • Michael Waugh • Lloyd Spiegel • Cat Canteri • The Hog Stompin Zydegators • Nick Charles • Bill Jackson and Pete Fidler • Melody Pool • Fred Smith • Little Rabbit • The Lazy Farmers Sons • Jeff Tynan