IT’S an impressive line-up at this year’s music festival including national headline acts and a wonderful array of local and emerging talent both in the venues around Main Street and as part of the Saturday and Sunday street entertainment.
After their recent sell out show at the Victorian Art Centre, Cookin’ on 3 Burners are heading to the Peninsula for a one-night only event as part of the Mornington Winter Music Festival. Sunday 10th June at The Grand, the Burners with Andrew De Silva, Clairy Browne and Stella Angelico will pump out classic soul sounds from The Big Chill. A soundtrack that includes the timeless hits of Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Three Dog Night and more. If you haven’t seen Cookin’ on 3 Burners live, you’re in for a treat as they celebrate the future sound of yesterday.
Clare Bowditch, ARIA Award-winning singer, songwriter and broadcaster on Melbourne’s ABC radio 774 brings Jazz to the Mornington Regional Gallery on Saturday 9th June. She’s had Top Ten albums, been named Rolling Stone Woman of the Year (Contribution to Culture), Yen Young Woman of the Year (Music), co-written with Gotye and toured with Leonard Cohen. Her solo performance in such a first-class cultural venue is sure to be memorable.
Deborah Conway has been an eloquent contributor to Australian music for over 30 years. Conway, named a Living Legend twice by the Leaps & Bounds Festival and Rolling Stone Magazine and Willy Zygier will captivate audiences on Friday 8th June at The Grand. The duo has the incredible ability to weave their lyrical stories and instrumental arrangements, reaching deep into your soul.
The Mornington Winter Music Festival runs from Friday 8th – Sunday 10th June across more than 15 venues and free street entertainment for the whole family.
For tickets and the full program visit our new website at www.morningtonmusicfestival.com.au