Creek: Echuca Winter Blues Festival 2019

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Echuca, VIC.

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Creek are headed up for their 3rd year at the Echuca-Moama Winter Blues Festival, in celebration of its 20th Anniversary!

Come and check out some of Australia's finest blues, rock, soul, jazz and folk artists, performing live throughout the beautiful town of Echuca all weekend.

Friday, July 26, 2019 11:00 PM - 1:30 AM (overnight) The Shamrock Hotel (bistro)

Saturday, July 27, 2019 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM High Street Stage

Sunday, July 28, 2019

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM The Shamrock Hotel (beer garden)

7:30 PM - 10:15 PM The American Hotel (side stage)

FREE ENTRY (Must organise accom. soon - it's going very fast!)

Infusing the sounds of 1960's/70's rock, psych, blues, and soul with more recent progressive/alternative styles, it's in the band's framework to hit you with a refreshing dose of rhythm you can get up and into, and leave you feeling satisfied with a captivating performance experience you just won't forget.

'Creek have not mucked around getting their name and their music around. Blending heavy blues, psych and alt rock, Creek put it out there with way above average musicianship and plenty of hair and high notes' - AMNplify.

Creek has given crowds a run for their money on many stages throughout Australia. The boys have been working their way into the festival circuit, making themselves heard at events the likes of Mojo Burning (2019), Queenscliff Music Festival (2017), Folk, Rhythm & Life Festival (2016 & 2018), Echuca-Moama Winter Blues Festival (2018 & 2017). With a sound that can either work with the grain or fight against it in the world of rock music, Creek have a certain adaptability which enables them to fit bills of varying style. In the past, they’ve cranked the amps up to support Aussie icons Shannon Noll and Chocolate Starfish, and have made light of their more creative side when supporting alternative acts the likes of 1000Mods. The band have toured state and country-wide; and wherever they’ve been, they’ve never failed to get people on board.