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For those of you who couldn' make it to Bridgetown this year, we've managed to secure three great acts from this year's bill - Minnie Marks (7.30pm), Hussy Hicks (8.45pm), and Little Georgia (10.00pm). If you did attend the festival, this is your chance for an encore. 

Minnie Marks

Having graced stages with the big names at festivals such as Bluesfest, Peats Ridge, Open Arms and Nannup, Minnie is often referred to as superstar or The Amazing Minnie Marks by her peers. This young singer/songwriter/guitarist is being touted as the next big thing. While compared to John Butler by some, Minnie s performances are like a pack of Fruit Tingles being thrown into a bottle of Coke.

Hussy Hicks

There are dozens of words that can describe the music of the Hussy Hicks passionate, spontaneous, exuberant, emotive, intricate, explosive and fun spring to mind but there is nothing that can adequately describe the feeling that swells in the heart of their audience during a live performance. It s that inexplicable magic that has swept these two girls from the small town pub where they first met on a journey that has spread their unique acoustic music across the globe.

Little Georgia

Little Georgia is a Folk-Grunge duo from Australia. Amongst a sea of rhythmic and raw guitar tones collaborators Ashleigh Mannix and Justin Carter deliver both beautiful harmonies and compelling lyrics which reveal the honesty in their music. The duo are no strangers to touring and have spent the last year on the road performing between Australia and North America including sets at AmericanaFest, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Tamworth Country Music Festival as well as a national tour support with American Grammy award winning artist Ryan Bingham.

 

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