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Marshall Okell Chinderah Tavern Sunday

The Australian music scene has had a long history of uncovering phenomenal talent and the occasional larrikin. Marshall Okell is one man who embodies both attributes. Back performing under his own name in 2012, Marshall Okell, a Lennox local, will be bringing a new band and new sound to audiences all over the world.

Awarded Best Blues and Roots Artist at the 2012 MusicOz Awards, Marshall Okell is well known as the front man and driving creative force of Marshall and the Fro, who have played the Byron Bay Bluesfest, Woodford Folk Festival, Peats Ridge Festival, Festival of The Sun and the Optus Gympie Muster to name a few.

Fresh from laying down tracks at a recording facility deep in the rainforests of the Byron Bay hinterland, Marshall brings his unique style and fantastic tunes to the humble Chinderah Tavern on Sunday.

 

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