This is high-energy, feel-good, folk-rock at its best! WARNING: This band may contain traces of nuts!
From humble beginnings in a shed atop an isolated outcrop in northern NSW, to gracing the stages of Australia’s biggest festivals, the phenomenon of the Round Mountain Girls has etched itself into the ‘strange but true’ annals of Australian music. They’ve carved out a reputation as one of the country’s most thrilling live acts, with their infectious, catchy songs and alternative Celtic-country blend of roots music. RMG are arguably one of the Australia’s best underground live acts.
‘The Round Mountain Girls have an insanely infectious bunch of songs - as insane as the mix of characters in the band - and it’s impossible not to be caught up in their unique Celt-country blend of music. I defy you to sit still!!’
RUSTY THORPE. Bluesfest Touring and Marketing Manager
“Looking more like the cast from Pirates of the Caribbean, and with not a single girl in the band's line-up, the Round Mountains Girls were described as a blend of bluegrass, Celtic and rock.
The front man played his banjo like Angus Young plays his Gibson SG and he looked and sang like Robert Plant. The fiddle player was on fire and the dude playing mandolin solos must have been on acid. This was heavy metal folk music and just perfect for the midnight hour” - Chris Johnson- Canberra Times
Round Mountain Girls have had a massive 2019. The lads have toured the UK in August, released their anthem-like track, Magical Mix with Aussie icon John Williamson and forgot to get haircuts.
Chris Eaton- Banjo, Vocals, Guitar
Willy Bee - Bass
Brooker – Guitar, Vocals, Mandolin
Rabbit Robinson – Fiddle, Vocals,
Francois de Klerk- drums