Kane Dennelly – Vox and guitarsSyd Green – Award winning producer and percussionist – Drums, Dobro
John Gwilliam – Double bass and BV’sHeath Dennelly - Saxophone, Harmonica
19-Twenty have been whipping up a frenzy on the festival scene. They are electric. They are manic. An infectious riff and groove based blue-billy-grass-rockin'-roots band.
Imagine walking into a bar a little bit cut and a little bent sideways. You look to the stage, lights are turned down, amps cranked up. You hear one part Gary Clark Jnr, one part Black Keys, and a whole lot of drunken sailor. This is what the latest single ‘Sailor Jerry’ conjures.
The 19-Twenty lads have been performing their high-energy sonic-party nationally, headlining sell-out shows and festivals in all states and territories. Constantly on the road or in the sky, they have toured seven times around Oz and performed gigs throughout Europe including Belgium, The Netherlands, France, and a suite of gigs in London (a highlight was a spell at the famous Alley Cat nightclub in SoHo). Performing anywhere and everywhere, this straight-up 100% independent act have been blazing throughout Europe and Australia and gaining new music fans/fiends from their live shows.
Woodford Folk Festival (Q.L.D) Wollombi Music Fesitival (N.S.W)
National Folk Festival (A.C.T)
Queenscliff Music Festival (Q.L.D) Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival (N.S.W)
Forth Blues Festival (T.A.S) Geelong Motor Music Festival (V.I.C) Lock
Stock (London, U.K) Bridgetown Blues (W.A) Narooma Blues (N.S.W) Echuca
Winter Blues Festival (V.I.C) Blues At the Briars (V.I.C)
Sydney Blues Festival (N.S.W) Bulli Folk (N.S.W) Goulburn Blues (N.S.W)
Kiama Blues (N.S.W) Broadbeach Blues (Q.L.D) Headstock Guitar festival
(N.S.W) Shedrock Festival (V.I.C)
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD WINNERS BLUES AT BRIDGETOWN FESTIVAL 2 years in a ROW
"One of the most exciting riff and groove based blues and roots acts
emerging from the east coast of OZ!"- Tone Deaf
“These guys are sick!” – Ash Grunwald
“Who the hell is this guy? He definitely has the talent!” – Ian Moss
“Definitely a guitarist to watch!” – Australian Guitar Magazine