Shane Nicholson at Tallagandra Hill Winery

About the Event

Rescheduled to Saturday 23 July.
Shane has received three ARIA awards – for his solo album Hell Breaks Loose in 2015 and for his hit collaborations with Kasey Chambers – Rattlin’ Bones and Wreck and Ruin. He has also won 11 CMAA Golden Guitar Awards – including 2021 APRA Song of the Year – and an APRA award. He has been nominated twice for an Americana Music Association Award.
Since the release of Pretty Violet Stain’s debut E.P. Blush in 1997, Shane Nicholson has inhabited a rare space in the music industry: songwriter, recording artist, producer/engineer, multi-instrumentalist, guitar pedal builder, whiskey-enthusiast, motorcycle-lover, and musical mentor.
Shane’s latest album Living in Colour, his seventh solo studio album, was released in August and has been nominated for an ARIA award and five Golden Guitar Awards.
His production credits include Alex Lloyd, Michael Waugh, Beccy Cole, Tori Forsyth & Camille Trail.
He has three cats.
“Nicholson’s is a uniquely compelling voice in Australian songwriting – it lives and breathes in the songsmith’s singular melodies, crooked humour, and short, pithy lines gently delivered.” Rolling Stone Magazine
“One of the country’s finest songwriters.” Rhythms Magazine
“He paints pictures, he sets the scenes, and he takes me to special places in my imagination.” Russell Morris.
Camille Trail is a 22 year old singer, songwriter and cattle farmer from Central Queensland. She’s the only artist that Shane Nicholson has produced who paid for the project by selling a couple of bulls.
Her debut album River Of Sins, a sultry melting pot of country, folk, blues and gospel, was released in August 2021 to high critical praise.
Andrew McMillen wrote in The Australian that “River of Sins announces the 22-year-old Central Queensland singer-songwriter as one of the nation’s most striking new voices” . Camille is nominated in the Best New Talent category at the 2022 Golden Guitar Awards.
This event will be held indoors in our event venue. The venue will operate under COVID-safe conditions.
A range of Tallagandra Hill wines, local beers and soft drinks will be available to purchase on the night.
Food will also be available to purchase on the afternoon. (Note you cannot bring your own food and beverage into the venue.)
Bookings are invited for groups of 4. Car-pooling is encouraged.
Tables will be reserved under the name of the person who made the booking.
This show is part of Tallagandra Hill’s We Love Local Festival, supporting local Australian artists and producers.
Doors open from 6pm


Tallangandra Hill Winery, 1692 Murrumbateman Road, Gundaroo NSW 2620
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