Optus National Music Muster 2010 line-up

SPIDERBAIT and Thirsty Merc are just two of the Australian artists not to be missed on the Optus National Music Muster stage this year.

Held in Amamoor Creek State Forest from August 24 - 29, Muster is celebrating its 29th year with a star-studded line-up sure to cater to everyone's tastes.

“This year’s Muster program is going to be another fantastic showcase of the wide range of talent Australia has to offer – including all the Muster favourites,” Muster chairman Carl Green said.

Famous for their hit singles In the Summertime and Emancipate myself ARIA nominated and multi-platinum selling, Thirsty Merc, are spending the weeks leading up to the Muster on a national tour spanning over eight states/territories to promote their new album Mousetrap Heart.

“We are excited to welcome Thirsty Merc to the Muster stage for the first time and look forward to hearing hits from their new album,” Artist co-ordinator Mary-Lou Goodall said.

Carl said that Thirsty Merc would be joined by a newcomer to the Muster stage, Spiderbait, although they were definitely not newcomers to the Australian music scene.

Kram (drums, vocals), Janet (bass, vocals) and Whitt (guitar, vocals) have been performing together for more than 15 years as Spiderbait, with 22 songs on Greatest Hits including hit single Black Betty.

Other exciting additions to the list include Will Anderson, Jimmy Barnes, Graeme Connors, The McClymonts, Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Troy Cassar-Daley, Felicity Urquhart, Sara Storer and many, many more.

Spiderbait

Thirsty Merc

Triple shot

Josh King

Gordon Elliott

Will Anderson

Harmony James

Fiona O'Shea

The Cartwheels

Sarah Kay

Levena Stewart

The Barleyshakes

Graeme Jensen & Flat out Country Band

Lloyd Spiegel

Jamie Dunn & The Dunny Cann Band

Catherine Britt

Dallas Frasca

David Baldi

The Delta Monarchs

Dianna Corcoran

Grant Walmsley & The Agents of Peace

Jasmine Rae

Leaping Lizards

Luke Watt

Mark Cryle

Glenn Cardier & The Sideshow

The Bostocks

Todd Stewart

Tracey Killeen

Graham Rodger

Kristy Cox

Velvet & Wire

Markus Meier

Mike Carr

Doug McIntyre

Stephanie Brownlee

Tom Richardson Project

Anni Piper

Fiona O'Shea

Marco Gliori

Jimmy Barnes

James Reyne

Dave Prior

The Blue Skillet Rovers Jug Band

Mark Wells

Greg Storer

Pixie Jenkins

Aaron Daniels Band

Murphy's Pigs

The Famous Jimmies

Graeme Connors

Ian Moss

Sandra Humphries

Davidson Brothers

Catherine Britt

Halfway

Matt Joe Gow & The Dead Leaves

Simply Bushed

Brooke Schubert

Cory Hargreaves

Innes Campbell & Present Company

The Duke Wilde Band

The Pigs

Steve Graham

Gemma Luxton & MA15

The McClymonts

Steven Jaymes

Nicki Gillis

Laura Downing

The Junes

Neil Murray

Jim Conway's Big Wheel

Blue Shaddy

The Blues Preachers

Chubby Rae and the Elevators

Lee Kernaghan

The Twine

Michelle Little

Peter Denahy

Paul Greene

Mickey Pye

Adam James

Damian Howard & The Plough Boys

Chase The Sun

Brewster Bros

John Williamson

McAlister Kemp

Amber Joy Poulton

Lou Bradley & The Travelling Family Show

Luke Austen

Kevin Bennett & The Flood

Marie Hodson

Grant Luhrs

Victoria Baillie

Bob Corbett & The Roo Grass Band

Troy Cassar-Daley

Sunny Cowgirls

Felicity Urquhart

Sara Storer

Vanessa Lea & Road Train

Busby Marou

Harry Manx

Jan Preston

Tracy Coster

Anne Kirkpatrick



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