Katoomba Blue Mountains Timeless Elegance

- SOLD OUT - Great Southern Nights in association with Fusion Boutique Present The Morrisons & King Curly

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21 Nov 2020

Great Southern Nights in association with Fusion Boutique Present

Live in Concert at the Baroque Room, Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, Blue Mountains
SATURDAY 21st November 2020
DOORS OPEN: 7:00pm
TICKETS: $35 pre-sale online + b/f
OR $40 on the Door - Cash Only (unless Sold Out)
Group bookings of allocated seating of 2 & 4 only

Tickets are limited by COVID capacities and we advise booking early to avoid disappointment


Sydney's bluegrass darlings The Morrisons tell Australian stories steeped in the sound of folk and old-time music. With high, lonesome singing, fast picking and original songs inspired by folklore, family and their lives as young Australians, they are a modern-day string band like no other.

Featuring banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, bass, washboard, harmonica, and 4 part harmonies, they deliver a live show full of raw energy and emotion.
The 7-piece band have performed at major festivals around the country and supported the likes of Nathanial Rateliff & The Nightsweats (US), Marlon Williams (NZ), Kitty, Daisy & Lewis (US), and Lake Street Dive (US), received a Golden Guitar nomination and won an Australian Songwriters Award.

Hailing from the Blue Mountains NSW, King Curly is the invention of local singer/songwriter Steve Appel – a long time enigma of original Australian music.
After many absences from the stage, building alternative-design mud houses, King Curly re-emerges to showcase new songs.
Appel is a true creative. His songs and his buildings are beautiful and relevant to the times.
King Curly has toured throughout the world – by invitation with acts as diverse as K.D Lang, Paul Kelly and The Cat Empire. The band features Steve Grieve on guitars and Johnny Graffham on pedal steel.