Aston Brian is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter born in Penrith, New South Wales and currently based in Adelaide, South Australia. Their sound mixes elements of Pop, Electro and R&B with Jazz influences. The audacious vulnerability expressed in Aston’s songwriting is both enthralling and thought-provoking, coupled with his smooth vocals, he is able to tell a story…Read More
Colin is a practicing musician who has played and recorded music over some 25 years. Colin has played in many rock/pop bands on the local live circuit as well as stints interstate. Colin has been writing and performing original music for most of his career, culminating in his current project ‘Loose Change’, a 3 piece…Read More
‘Out of The Cage’ features 15 original songs written and performed by the members of The JMG Band.Read More
Ready Like a Fight’s On – Maelstrom Beats Productions.Read More
Bach to Blues is a collaborative musical project which showcases the strengths, talents and resources of people living with mental health issues. The project brings together consumers, carers , peer workers , professional musicians and community volunteers who share an interest in playing music for enjoyment , social inclusion, health and wellbeing. Performance opportunities aim to give voice to people who have been socially marginalised or disabled due to ongoing health problems .The ‘Bach to Blues ’ project recognises the importance of building on individual strengths and interests as well as using mainstream community resources to support people recovering from mental illness , and has evolved from many sources .Read More
Music and Lyrics by Heather Frahn and members of the Harmony of Hearts and Minds Choir.
Heather’s creative motivation is to generate positive energy in the world and to share her musical talents for the benefit of others.
Heather Frahn is not just a singer songwriter. She is an instrument inventor, event producer, multi instrumentalist, music teacher & inspiration to many. Over the years her music has taken her on a journey into several creative outlets including performing solo and with her trio, sound design for theatre and film, ambient music for healing, leading workshops with diverse groups of people (singing, percussion, songwriting, recording and sound healing), playing unusual instruments (‘steel drum harp’ and ‘hybrid guitar bass’). Heathers work has ventured anywhere from theatre companies to hospital wards to community centers.Read More