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Sky clears for final day at Muster

Kasey Chambers on the Main Stage on Saturday night.
Kasey Chambers on the Main Stage on Saturday night.

MUSTER revelers have awoken to a welcome sight in the Amamoor State Forest this morning - blue skies abound and there's barely a cloud to be seen.

Of course blue skies don't quite fix the muddy conditions that several days of rain created, but organisers are working to try and fix access issues this morning.

A very pregnant Kasey Chambers brought fans in their droves to the Main Stage last night and did not disappoint playing favourites such as Not Pretty Enough and The Captain. She also tempted fate by singing a song titled Let it Rain, at which point the drizzle did seem to get a little heavier.

Chambers joked with the crowd that she has a very busy month coming up.

"I've got a book coming out, I've got an album coming out and I've got a baby coming out," she laughed.

Down at the Crow Bar Travis Collins was joined on stage by 11-year-old Gold Coast boy 'William', who wowed the crowd by joining the band to play an AC/DC riff. Check out the video, right.

In the Blues Bar, Eugene Hideaway Bridges wowed fans with his velvet voice and had them calling out for more well after he had to vacate the stage for The Backsliders.

You can still buy tickets for today's festivities which include John Williamson, Beccy Cole, Ash Grunwald and Montgomery Gentry, just to name a few.

Just make sure you bring your gumboots.

Gympie Times

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