We have a fantastic line up of performers for you!
If you are holding a Conference/Event in Brisbane- Gold Coast- Sunshine Coast - Ipswich - Redlands - Moreton Bay you have come to the right place. As Traditional Owners of these regions we have the right people amongst the tribal groups to deliver Welcome to Countries, Acknowledgement to Country, Traditional Aboriginal Dance groups, art workshops, bush tucker for events, musical bands, solo artists & didgeridoo for conference arrivals.
Jem Cassar-Daley graces the Brisbane music scene in 2021 with her stellar vocals and captivating performances. Still in the early days of her solo career, the 20-year-old singer-songwriter is already creating the standard of art that can only see her flourish.
: The Internationally acclaimed Aboriginal dance troupe, Nunukul Yuggera who are Traditional Custodians of the Brisbane, Quandamooka, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast Regions. The group has extensively performed and tour all over the world including places such as Europe, America, New Zealand, Dubai, and Asia. The group has also performed for Queen, Prince and Princess of Belgium, Richard Branson just to name a few.
The freshly formed Tjaka fuse modern technology with ancient sounds to create a contemporary Indigenous experience like no other. Tjaka draws inspiration from various genres such as Hip Hop, Reggae and Electronic music using them as channels to present Indigenous music in a way that has not been seen or heard before.
Not one for labels, Sue Ray prefers to call herself a “Mixed Bag”. Inspired by a vast array of genres from country/blues/jazz and heavy metal, Sue seamlessly blends her unique style of Country/Blues music into a stand out brand all of her own. Often hearing from people “I don’t usually like country music, but I love what you’re doing” Sue continues to carve her own path that crosses genres attracting fans from vast demographics and tastes.
Talented Gling Hunt will do anything that he puts his mind too. Able to play multiple instruments, Gling is a singer who gives all of himself to his performances, taking audiences on a journey that they will never forget. One of the most sought-after front-men in Brisbane, Gling has performed at some of Australia’s top venues and recently played the role of Sting at a sold-out show with the Music of the Blue Turtles.
Peter Thornley, founding member of Old Lore, will bring the sound of summer to the Meeanjn 2021. Old Lore are a First Nations band from Brisbane. Formed in 2019 from a collection of guitar slinging, culture loving gentlemen who met on the Brisbane live music scene. With a taste of some classic covers from timeless Australian bands to heartfelt originals, their unique brand of entertainment fuses recognition of the past & hope for the for the future of First Nations people.
Joe Geia is a renowned First Nation singer songwriter who sounds his heritage and history. “Through his music he asks us not to sustain in mourning but to commemorate, not to rise in anger but to live in hope, and he also asks us to share in traditions that he brings to us through song. His music therefore is music of consequence for all Indigenous people, and for all Australians. “ - Christopher Sainsbury, Music Professor, ANU School of Music.