Country bluegrass funk with a liberal dose of Celtic inspiration is what the Round Mountain Girls are all about.
Country bluegrass funk with a liberal dose of Celtic inspiration is what the Round Mountain Girls are all about.

The Girls are back in town

With multiple instrument changes, four-part harmonies, and an irrepressible energy, the Round Mountain Girls are gaining more and more momentum - as well as fans. Having played at some of Australia's largest festivals (such as Byron's Blues Festival, Woodford Folk Fest, Caloundra's Music Festival and Tamworth's Country Music Festival) the six-piece has just recorded their second album called One Step Closer which features nine original songs and two reworked traditional tunes.

With banjo, fiddle, acoustic guitars, mandolin, didgeridoo, a bucket-load of percussive instruments, bass and drums, the Round Mountain Girls are bringing their country rock, Celtic blues and bluegrass funk to the Ballina RSL Club this Friday, February 3, at 8.30pm.

And the gig is free.


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