Dan Brodie (Gimme Shelter 1: Geelong) is Australia’s twice Aria-nominated globetrotting rock n’ roll troubadour. He’s performed at CBGBs in New York, The Exit/In in Nashville and The Olympia in Paris. Dan’s played with The Strokes, Steve Earle, The White Stripes and Gillian Welch and, onstage, drips with authenticity and charisma.
“If Dan Brodie were an actor, he wouldn’t be the star of the show. He would be the guy the other actors on set wanted to hang out with, the guy the director would turn to when he needed a moment of inspiration to get the show on the road. This album.. shows why Brodie was twice nominated for ARIA Awards.”
Martin Boulton – The Age
Freya Josephine Hollick (Gimme Shelter 1: Geelong) is the real deal. From the Victorian Goldfields, Freya is a folk-singer/ songwriter on the rise whose haunting voice is both fragile and powerful. The collection of songs that appear on The Unceremonious Junking of Me are full of old-world charm and heartache.
“Freya Josephine Hollick’s second album is a deep emotional record that sounds at times desperate and fragile, yet often also defiant and optimistic.”
Chris Familton – Rhythms Magazine
Sarah Carroll (Gimme Shelter 1: Geelong) has performed all across Australia over a 25 year career. She launched her epic progressive country album Star Parade in 2017 and is much in demand as a live and studio backing vocalist. Sarah is also an experienced radio broadcaster and music writer.
“Sarah Carroll’s a jewel. She’s always welcome in my little piece of Tennessee. Sincerely, Tommy Womack”
Melbourne quintet Riflebirds (Gimme Shelter 1: Geelong) is one of Australia’s best live acts. They’ve released two LPs in the past two years – ‘World Feels Wide’ and ‘Detours & Collisions’ – played regular gigs around Melbourne, toured up the east coast and rocked festivals.
“Riflebirds have made a name for themselves at some of Melbourne’s most popular venues. Be sure to check it out.”
Chris Bright – Beat Magazine