Caitlyn Shadbolt performs at CMC Rocks in March 2016.
Caitlyn Shadbolt performs at CMC Rocks in March 2016. Contributed

Caitlyn Shadbolt, Sara Storer join Gympie Muster bill

GYMPIE'S rising pop-country music star Caitlyn Shadbolt will return to the Muster stage this year.

The CMC New Oz Talent of the Year winner joins this year's 35th annual festival line-up alongside Golden Guitar winner Sara Storer, Drew McAlister and renowned Aboriginal singer-songwriter Warren H. Williams (performing with Dani Young).

They join packed line-up including Muster favourites Troy Cassar-Daley, Kasey Chambers, The McClymonts and John Williamson.

Today's third line-up announcement caps off a busy month for Shadbolt, who is off to Nashville later this week to work on new songs for her next release with ABC Music.

She also released a new music video for her latest single, Running in Circles, earlier this month.

Muster organisers will also unveil the festival's 2016 charity partner at an event in Brisbane today.

 

2016 Gympie Muster third line-up announcement

Sara Storer  

Warren H Williams & Dani Young

Caitlyn Shadbolt  

Drew McAlister

Tori Darke

Jade Hurley

Greg Doolan 'The Voice of Wickety Wak'

Mike McClellan

Tim Gaze and The Outro

The Muster Poets

Mick Lindsay

Pop Standen Band featuring Phil Emmanuel

The Blue Skillet Rovers

Tim Wheatley

Brigginshaw

The Brendan Radford Band

Greg Storer

Mitch King

Linc Phelps

Kelly's Heroes

Collaboration - An All Star Special Event  

2016 Muster Talent Search

35th Anniversary Tribute

 The Fender Guitar Jam


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