Adam Harvey to headline 2016 Muster

STAR: Country music star Adam Harvey.
STAR: Country music star Adam Harvey.

THIS year's Clarence Valley Country Music Muster is gearing up for its fourth and finest yet with a star billing in Adam Harvey secured to headline the 2016 event.

Muster organiser Wendy Gordon is delighted to have secured Adam for the event that is held on her property in the Ulmarra area in October each year.

"Adam's Gold Guitars from Tamworth and his other achievements haven't gone unnoticed," Wendy said.

"The publican of Ulmarra's Commercial Hotel is even going to rename his front bar Harvey's Bar for the duration of the muster."

Adam will take centre stage at the muster on October 29 and 30.

His latest album Harvey's Bar - the Backyard Sessions - hit the airwaves with a band and is still climbing in popularity.

The Clarence Valley Country Music Muster will take place on October 24-30, 2016. For more information visit the muster website.

The publican of Ulmarra's Commercial Hotel is even going to rename his front bar Harvey's Bar for the duration of the muster.


Tractor lined up with the utes Ulmarra Pub 12-01-11 Photo: SUSIE FLETCHER
Tractor lined up with the utes Ulmarra Pub 12-01-11 Photo: SUSIE FLETCHER Susie Fletcher


Also appearing over the course of the event will be: Dave Prior, John O'Dea, Glenn Jones, Ray Essery, Greg Gain, Lawrie and Shelley Minson, Clelia Adams, Lindsay Waddington, Owen Blundell, Peter Capp, Justin Standley, Terry Gordon, Pattie Morgan, Lynettte Guest, Ken 'Chainsaw' Lindsay, Granpa Frank, the Kross Kut Showband with more to be signed during the coming months.


Topics:  clarence, clarence valley country music muster, country music, grafton, whatson

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