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Zinnia Blue

Zinnia Blue

Sep 21st 2019 @ Guildford Public Hall

Guildford, Australia
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About Zinnia Blue
Genres:
Folk, Country, Americana, Alt-Country
Band Members:
Kate Tucker, Matt Ellis
Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

“Zinnia Blue features gorgeous voices and intelligent songs” – ARIA award winner Kavisha Mazzella

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Guildford Banjo Jamboree, Truth & Lies Single Launch
Saturday, September 21st, 2019
1:00 PM
Zinnia Blue are thrilled to continue their Truth & Lies single tour with a single-launch at the Guildford Banjo Jamboree festival, in Guildford, Victoria. The Banjo Jam is a wonderful family friendly festival in the picturesque Victorian Goldfields town of Guildford, with fantastic music and entertainment over three days. Camping and festival tickets are available on site, or online: https://banjojamboree.org/tickets

Zinnia Blue will be kicking off the Saturday afternoon concert in the Guildford Public Hall at 1:00pm sharp.

Joined by a number of talented guest musicians, the band will be delivering their unique brand of folk and alt-country with a full hillbilly band in tow. Don't miss this long awaited return to the stage.

'Truth & Lies', Zinnia Blue's first single from their forthcoming debut album, is set for release on Friday September 13th. They celebrate the release with an intimate mini-tour, accompanied by guest musicians from the album:

- Wed Sep 11th: The Lomond Hotel, East Brunswick VIC
- Sat Sep 21st: Guildford Banjo Jamboree, Guildford VIC
- Fri Sep 27th: Red Velvet Lounge, Cygnet TAS
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About Zinnia Blue
Genres:
Folk, Country, Americana, Alt-Country
Band Members:
Kate Tucker, Matt Ellis
Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

“Zinnia Blue features gorgeous voices and intelligent songs” – ARIA award winner Kavisha Mazzella

Keeping the stories of our past alive can give us new perspectives on o...
Read More