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"Being in a band with one drummer is hard enough," Mark said. The Muster will be held at the Maleny Pioneer Village in the Blackall Range, Queensland under the auspices of the Maleny Historical Society.A week-long celebration "of country and old-time music" includes guitar jams and blackboard sessions, production of the Family Concert of invited artists, Ukulele Friday and an Old Time Dance.Duo/Group went to father/daughter combo Bill & Tracey Rowland from Parkville with Brooke & Sam Thompson (aged aa and eight, respectively), second.Bill Rowland took out the Comedy section with the Chad Morgan hit ."Your contribution will be added to the final mix then Every One Band will produce the song and make it available for download and streaming on Friday, May 18." The organisers are going for a Gold single and a number one chart position with proceeds going to Support Act.The Every One Band project has been organised by GANGgajang’s Mark Callaghan who said "Joining the band is easy, free and there’s no auditions! Anything, from a flute to a triangle part is welcomed." All record royalties and all profit from merchandise goes to Support Act. So join the band, record yourself, send us your recording and you’ll be in the biggest band ever! RETURN TO TOP Details have been announced for the 2018 Maleny Country Music Muster which will run from Tuesday September 18 to Monday September 24.
Instrumental was won by Brayden Rowland of Parkville. Adult Female 17 years and over was won by Sharon Salter from Port Macquarie with Susan Tull second while Louis Burt (pictured) from Newcastle took out the Adult Male 17 years and over section with Bruce Watson from Largs second.
Country music enthusiasts and performers Jocelyn and George Tuahine – who run the Riverside Country Music Group – organised the festival which featured a line up including world champion yodeller Laura Downing from Australia.
Jocelyn says around 450 people attended on the Saturday night when Laura performed. The hall was just packed." More than 50 motorhomes and caravans parked up for the weekend and many singers were first time visitors to Taranaki.
In the Grand Final Showdown, all section winners sang another song – different to what they performed during the day. "The 24 year old was extremely well presented and was a big favourite with the crowd," the spokesman said.
"Judges were equally impressed giving Louis the big prize...