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Main Stage Performers

Hands, Heart and Feet Main Stage 9:00am

There is also a core group of about 20 exceptional Hands, Heart & Feet is an entity that grew organically out of the high-spirited drum and dance classes being held in the Blue Mountains with John May and Emily Cooper. The full tribe consists of over 100 drummers and dancers, who play together in weekly Hands, Heart & Feet classes, and perform on a spectacular scale at festivals such as Winter Magic and Banquet of Dreams. There is also a core group of about 20 exceptional Hands, Heart & Feet percussionists and dancers that frequently perform and run workshops at a variety of festivals and events.

Madam Fatale Main Stage 11:05am

The members of Madam Fatalé all grew up in the Blue Mountains area. The founding members: Luke Bindoff (Lead vocals/rhythm guitar), Josh Carr (Lead Guitar), Josh Bishop (Drums) and Robert Jinks (Bass Guitar) all met at high school and grew up listening to a variety of different styles of music and were all interested in playing music at a young age. Madam Fatalé is a Punk-Rock/ Pop-Punk band recognised for a style and flavour reminiscent of the early 90's pop punk movement, particularly with heavy influence from early Green Day. With fist pumping, hard hitting punk stylings and aesthetics mixed with songs about Love, Laziness and Losers, onstage weirdness and other antics, Madam Fatalé is sure to provide an entertaining and un-forgetful show.

Jimmi Carr Band Main Stage 12:50pm

Jimmi Carr is a performing musician and producer from the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. He has released 4 albums and an EP under his own name, and two albums with his electronic/rock fusion band Innamech. Jimmi's music is both original and accessible. He draws on a wide range of influences that move through Folk, Blues, Alt-Country and Rock. His solo music is rootsy and lyrical, often with a funk/rock edge. The music of Innamech is a fusion of psychedelic and prog-rock, and electronic dance music. Jimmi and his bands have toured extensively, playing major festivals and venues all over Australia. His music has received airplay on radio stations such as Triple J, FBI, PBS, and Triple Z.

Jimmi has recently completed his Honours degree at Western Sydney University. His honours project focused on the concept of progression in music and looked at various genre fusion artists. Jimmi was awarded both the Dean’s medal and the APRA award for highest mark for performance of an original piece. He hopes to start his PHD in 2017. 

Jerrah and Friends Main Stage 1:45 pm

Jerrah Patston is a young, local musician. At 20, he’s already a stalwart of Blue Mountains music, playing regularly at performance spaces, markets, community centres and street corners.

His love of playing and performing is palpable, and his infectious spirit has made him a key member of Club Weld, a supported studio for musicians on the autism spectrum and with other disabilities.

Accomplished on drums and vocals, Jerrah recently made a foray in to recording and contributed original compositions ‘Like Aeroplanes’ and ‘Sound Song’ to the Club Weld compilation album Ramp It Up.

Jerrah performed to a packed house at the launch of the compilation at The Joan in Penrith. He was backed by the Club Weld band which featured Chris Ross (Wolfmother).

In recent months Jerrah has written a clutch of new songs and is excited to give a preview to the Winter Magic crowd. He will be mixing these songs with a selection of favourite covers.

The Honey Stompers Main Stage 4:50pm

Playing a mix of originals and blues standards that range from chunky shuffles to hard-driving country beats with the odd sleazy slow blues thrown in for good measure, The Honey Stompers are a local Katoomba blues and boogie band that are guaranteed to get your feet moving. With members Cha Cha Martinez on drums, J-Bomb Martinez on bass, TJ Cunningham on vocals and guitar and Steamin’ Marty Cook on Sax, The Honey Stompers have played everything from markets to support gigs with major acts.


Dragon 6:45pm

Dragon, Purveyors of Antipodean anthems since 1973. 12,800 songs played since the reformation in 2006. We never stop moving. Band Members are:
Mark Williams (Vocals)
Bruce Reid (Guitar)
Todd Hunter (Bass)
Pete Drummond (Drums)
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