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Marshall OKell & The Pride in the centre of Byron

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Marshall OKell has an exciting new project and new band, Marshall OKell & The Pride.

It’s the sound of surf roots and Australian mojo rock. It’s stomping in high energy yet jaw dropping and full of fresh new raw emotion. A style of music garnished and brewed in the far north coast surfing mecca of Lennox Head/Byron Bay.

The songs are powerful, rhythmic, energetic, honest and emotional; the live performances are full of blood, sweat and tears. Marshall OKell & The Pride performances are igniting fervent reactions all over the country. This new collaboration and now four-piece has fans frothing.

Musicians that have been brought in for the new album Birdy include members from Chase The Sun, Hussy Hicks, Brittle, The Habits, Hat Fitz, Kostaman and The Good Vibrations (Canada).

Marshall OKell & The Pride will spend NYE in the centre of Byron Bay at the Railway Hotel from 10.30pm.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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