Great Times are a Comin…….Heading back to the Territory, home of the screaming night birds, ice cold beers in foam stubby holders, palm trees with actual coconuts and THE LEGENDARY MUF_Festival!! I’ll be performing this Sunday so jump a ferry, hire a tinny, crew for a yachty or bribe a coast guard and get your stuff to the Mandorah UFF!
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Cygnet Folk Festival Welcomes Johnny McIntyre
Im absolutely STOKED to announce…Johnny mcintyre band will join the talented line up Performing at Cygnet Folk Festival on 6-8 January 2017. What an awesome way to start the year.
for pre sale tickets check out http://www.cygnetfolkfestival.org/buy-tickets
Tune in to 936 ABC Hobart this afternoon at 5:20pm I’ll be having a chat with Louise Saunders and performing a couple of songs including a brand new track currently without a name but should have that sorted by air time.
I’ll also be chatting about my lounge session at Quartermasters Arms tonight at 10pm.
MAKING A SPORRAN
Working on the new winter catalogue for Johnny McIntyre merch!
It was recommended to me that for the first attempt it is best to start with paper, so for this sporran I’ve gone with recycled tour posters. If you look closely you can make out an angry Scotsman in the background..Perfect!
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BLUES FESTIVAL, bands at another level!
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WHO IS THIS JOHNNY MCINTYRE CHARACTER?
Short story; Dirty country
Influences such as Wilco, Neil Young, Paul Kelly and a hint of Bob Marley glean an interesting blend. These styles unified by poetic lyricism create a dirty country sound that characterizes Johnny McIntyre’s music.
Long story; ‘Country music’ or the country’s music?
After three years journeying around Australia Johnny McIntyre returns with his latest album ‘Gypsy Walking’, produced by multi-ARIA award-winning producer Paul McKercher.
The album invites the listener on a journey. From the country-influenced Prison Tree, telling the tale of the Bunuba resistance in the southern Kimberly, Through the plaintive rock sounds of Cold Winds, heart-broken in Tasmania, towards the slow dark reggae of the title track Gypsy Walking.
These disparate styles unified by poetic lyricism create a dirty country sound that characterizes Johnny McIntyre’s music.
With influences such as Neil Young, Wilco and Paul Kelly and performances along side Missy Higgins, Dan Sultan and Angus & Julia Stone, this South Australian come Tasmanian invites you to share the images, stories and music of the country, this country, our country.
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