Corn Nut Creek + Kimberley Wheeler

7pm, Friday 23rd June 2023

Corn Nut Creek
Kimberley Wheeler

Corn Nut Creek (USA/AU) are an energetic trio of Appalachian-inspired women songwriters from America and Australia. You can expect to hear banjo, fiddle, lush three part harmonies and a thumping upright bass. Their original songs all have a strong connection to nature and offer themes of sisterhood, love and the concept of home. You can always expect the lively Americana trio to be wearing bright matching outfits and throwing in the occasional toe tapping twin fiddle tune! Visit their web site.

Kimberley Wheeler has the uncanny knack of being able to find the right note and the right turn of phrase when creating and performing her music.  She is an accomplished Award-winning Americana folk musician and captures audiences with her striking velvet voice and charm. Her original songs will grip you and not let go. Visit her web site.

Corn Nut Creek

For the single, ‘The House is Falling Down’: “The first track, “The House is Falling Down,” is a stand out, to be sure. It’s just a great piece of writing, one of those songs that can really catch you up. The house is falling down, the clothes don’t fit, it’s raining, the garden is wilting. The family is being disrupted, very publicly. But there’s a promise of safety. Through it all there’s maybe a ray of hope, though in a real way, not a fairy tale way.”
-Glen Herbert, Penguin Eggs

For the EP- Feels Like Travelling Home:

“It’s remarkable how just two instruments can produce such a full and compelling sound, but it’s truly a testament to the talent of Tanya Bradley and Danielle Vita that a simple fiddle, banjo and vocal trio make this EP complete.”
-Sammie White, Three Chords Country

“All five tracks are infused with the duo’s expertise, and with love – it is clear that they love what they are doing because there is a lightness to the vocals that doesn’t suggest the lyrics aren’t serious (because they can be) so much as indicating that Bradley and Vita are in the right place at the right time, doing what brings them joy.”
-Sophie Hamley, Jolene Country Music Blog, Sunburnt Country Music


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