HEADLINERS: The Black Sorrows are among the lineup of top acts being featured at this year’s RedFest.The Black Sorrows, Jeff Lang, Darren Percival and Taxiride will headline at this year’s RedFest from September 2 to 4 at the Cleveland showgrounds.
JEFF LANG: Jeff Lang brings an eclectic touch to the headline acts at RedFest this year.
All artists promise to paint their own stories with their unique sounds and give audiences spellbinding live shows.
The Black Sorrows, a dynamic and unpredictable Australian band, gives audiences a show that curator Joe Camilleri says “leaves [them] feeling exhilarated”. The band regularly tours internationally spreading its energetic fusion of blues, soul, gospel and country. The Black Sorrows doesn’tplay to a set list, giving each new audience a unique and unforgettable experience.
Similarly spontaneous is Jeff Lang, with his set list-free shows and sound experimentation proving to be crowd favourites. Lang’s unique ‘Disturbed Folk” genre has seen him decorated with awards and achievements, including three ARIA awards. Lang is widely celebrated for his novella stylesongs.
Another act which takes audiences places is Taxiride. The four-piece Melbourne-based ensemble has emotion and meaning at the core of its songs, transporting audiences to the heart of what music is about. The distinctive sound of Taxiride within the alternative rock genre has seen the band withstand 19 years in the industry and achieve double platinum number one albums and seven top 40 singles.
No stranger to success is Darren Percival. Percival was the runner-up of The Voice 2012 and his following album debuted at number three on the ARIA chart. Percival has been on the music scene for 30 years, collaborating with Australian jazz icon James Morrison before garnering a portfolio of recordings and album credits for numerous Australian artists. His soulful voice mesmerises audiences and sells out his national tours.
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