Being the last day of this epic festival, where the 3 day campers are finished and people begin to make the trek home, you would expect Monday morning to be a tad quiet at Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm. It wasn't at all! Monday morning saw the biggest crowds for the curtain-raisers out of any
The forecast for Easter Sunday was a wet and wild one and it was certainly that. King Cannons brought a little bit of wild to Bluesfest again with their second set of the festival. The most tattooed group at the festival, they've got some grit and they proved it with another rocking show that despite
Following a wild and wet night, Bluesfest was looking a bit sad and sorry for itself this morning. With the bus drop-off zone resembling a swamp and each tent ringed by a mud moat, it wasn't surprising to see the masses rock up dressed a little more appropriately for today's festivities. First up today we
I put off reviewing King Cannon's debut album for a few weeks and I'm glad I did. On first listen, their debut album comes across as an Australian band's amateurish debut album. However, on further inspection, their talent goes a lot deeper. Having played for a few years together already and cutting their teeth on the local gig circuit, this group knows what they need to do and have wasted no time doing it.