Lineup

Check out this crop of Aussie legends and rising stars! Savannah in the Round's inaugural festival is off to a huge start, with two further rounds of artist announcements still to come...

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The Buckleys
The Buckleys
“When the three of us get together, we love putting smiles on peoples’ faces and seeing them dancing and having a great time,” says Sarah Grace Buckley of Australian sibling trio The Buckleys. “Music is so powerful, and making people happy and making memories is definitely a place that we want to be.”
Blake O’Connor
Blake O’Connor
Golden Guitar winner for QANTAS New Talent of the Year, Golden Guitar nominee for Male Artist of the Year 2020 and ambassador for Toyota Australia, the now 19-year-old singer/songwriter from Port Macquarie became the 40th winner of Toyota Star Maker - Australia’s longest running and most prestigious country music competition, hitting the ground running with passion and determination and creating a top-shelf product.
Busby Marou
Busby Marou
The overwhelming feeling that emanates from Busby Marou is joy. Tom’s playful onstage presence combined with Jeremy's freakish instrumental ability has cemented their reputation as one of the most loved live bands to come out of Australia in recent times.
Camille Trail
Camille Trail
Camille Trail is a 21-year-old singer/songwriter and cattle farmer from Central Queensland. She’s the only artist that producer Shane Nicholson ever worked with who paid for the recording of an album by selling a couple of bulls.
Casey Barnes
Casey Barnes
Based on the Gold Coast, Casey Barnes had a solid start to 2018 when his current album, ‘The Good Life’, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Country Albums Chart and peaked at #2 on the ARIA Australian Country Chart.
Christie Lamb
Christie Lamb
Christie Lamb has been described as ‘the full package’, a vibrant multi-instrumental and award winning singer songwriter. Adding to her ever-growing mantle of awards, Christie was voted CMC Female Artist of the Year 2018 by Australian country music fans.
Darlinghurst
Darlinghurst
Their debut single ‘Sorry Won’t Get You Back’, out August 2, has already been programmed on country music TV and radio, and had them booked on major festivals.
Cameron Cusack
Cameron Cusack
Cameron Cusack is a contemporary country artist from New South Wales. Now Cairn's based, the 25yr old Singer/Songwriter released his first Debut Ep, "Car's & Guitars" in 2013. With the single "Hot Rod Town' proudly written for Cameron by his mentor Troy Cassar-Daley, reaching #2 on the Great Southern Charts.
Dee Jaye Bux
Dee Jaye Bux
Spanning a career of 23 years in the DJ industry and trailblazing the Australian breakthrough country DJ market, Dee Jaye Bux is the hottest new Aussie product to redefine country music Down Under.
Fanny Lumsden
Fanny Lumsden
With a recent string of accolades, including two ARIA nominations, three CMAA Golden Guitar Awards, a CMC Award, the APRA PDA for Country, and the AIR Best Independent Album of 2018 for her second and latest record, ‘Real Class Act’, western NSW born and raised, now Upper Murray based Fanny Lumsden is taking her music to the people one small town at a time.
Felicity Urquhart
Felicity Urquhart
Felicity Urquhart has long been one of the best-loved and most decorated singer/songwriters in Australian music, with a career encompassing seven studio albums, two EPs, and countless sold out headlining shows and capacity festival appearances.
Graeme Connors
Graeme Connors
Recognised as one of Australia’s most eclectic country singer/songwriters, Graeme Connors has received n numerous awards during his 40+ year career for his contribution to country music. Golden Guitars, ARIA, PPCA, and APRA Awards line his shelves, with his most recent prestigious accolade, 2016 inductee to the Roll of Renown (Australia’s Country Music Hall of Fame).
James Blundell
James Blundell
There are many terms people use when describing James Blundell. Icon. Legend. Controversial. Rebel. The truth is - James Blundell is all of these things. He is unashamedly honest and comfortable in his own skin. He radiates an enthusiasm for everything that life has to offer and it’s this authenticity that makes him one of the most instantly likable and recognisable artists in Australian music.
Jasmine Rae
Jasmine Rae
Described as a pocket-sized powerhouse and one of the best singers in any genre, Jasmine Rae has an extensive list of accolades to her name. Her music has been streamed over 19 million times across the globe.
Jetty Road
Jetty Road
Jetty Road are an Australian country music trio comprising identical twin sisters Lee Bowman and Paula Bowman, both on vocals, with Julian Sammut on lead guitar.
John Williamson
John Williamson
It was 1970 when John released his first song, ‘Old Man Emu’, which kick started a five-decade career in which he crafted out many of Australia’s unofficial anthems; tender ballads and songs that captured the outback landscape and the people of the country. He has toured the country like few others, selling over 5 million albums along the way, and was recognised by being inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2010.
Lee Kernaghan
Lee Kernaghan
Lee Kernaghan is Australia’s most loved country music identity and an outback icon. He reinvigorated Australian country music in the 1990s, synthesising traditional country themes with his own brand of rural rock and images of an evolving regional culture.
The McClymonts
The McClymonts
Since the release of their debut EP in 2006, sisters Brooke, Sam and Mollie McClymont have established themselves as Australia’s number one country group, with over a quarter of a million album sales, two gold and one platinum album sales accreditations, 22 chart-topping singles, and a reputation for being one of the most exciting touring acts in country music.
Murphy's Pigs
Murphy's Pigs
A big band, a big sound and nearly an acre of suit fabric. This is Murphy’s Pigs – the award-winning, Celtic-rock ensemble that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is warning everyone about. Throw caution to the wind and embark on a musical journey* through the lands of the Celts as Murphy's Pigs drag you headfirst into their world of rugged mountains, stormy oceans, fearsome battles, unrequited love, and a dram or two of the whisky.
Pamagirri Dancers
Pamagirri Dancers
Pamagirri means “silent snake”, and is symbolic of the Rainbow Serpent, responsible for the creation of the mountains and rivers in Aboriginal Dreamtime stories.
Raechel Whitchurch
Raechel Whitchurch
Raechel Whitchurch is an alt-country singer-songwriter, raised in Broken Hill, Parkes, and a caravan. She grew up playing mandolin, guitar, banjo and keys in her travelling family band, and also acted as the main songwriter behind most of their songs.
Route 33
Route 33
Route 33 is a Brisbane based Country Rock group, comprised of recording artists Jock Barnes and Trent McArdle. Growing up on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, the two met through the sporting field, jammed together one fateful afternoon, and the rest is history. That was almost a decade ago and they are now an ARIA #1 Australian Country charting duo, who are renowned for their high energy, polished performances, and are in hot demand on the festival circuit.
Tony Q Band
Tony Q Band
Anthony Quinsee, better known as Tony Q is a multi award winning songwriter. Tony was introduced to music at a young age with his mother being a piano teacher and his father an interstate truck driver, music was not in abundance in his household. Whilst music has always been his passion, at age 20 he decided to serve his country and enlisted into the Australian Army.
Troy Cassar-Daley
Troy Cassar-Daley
Troy Cassar-Daley has released 10 studio albums throughout his 30 years of making music. He comes from a long line of storytellers and shares his musicianship with so many artists across different styles of music.
The Wolfe Brothers
The Wolfe Brothers
Any history of the Wolfe Brothers that doesn't begin four generations ago isn't quite complete. The revered country duo, comprised of brothers Nick and Tom Wolfe, has become renowned over the past few years for their jaw-dropping live shows and slow-but-steady ascent to Australian country music's upper echelon.