There’s something special about a live concert that puts it well above a CD or record, especially if it’s from an artist that takes you back to an era when music meant fun times- perhaps your youth….. We produce this newsletter from the Deni Ute Muster; and the artist I refer to is Suzie Quatro – yes she still has it!
She sang all our favourites from the 70’s and a few off her new album as well. The weekend is a musical feast, with a dozen or so big name artists and groups playing the main stage as well as twenty or so other groups on 2 other stages covering Rock, Country & Western right through to current charting groups, and music is only part of the weekend.
The Deni Ute Muster is an annual celebration of a great Aussie icon – The humble Ute. Proud owners showcase over 10,000 utes of all shapes, sizes, colours and age.
Some enter into competitions to show their prowess and driving skills while others prefer to show and shine. Another Aussie Icon “The Blue Singlet” has been immortalised by the Deni Ute Muster in the Guinness Book of Records by having the most amount of blue singlets in 1 place.
A swag of Ute based competitions, the RM Williams Bull ride Spectacular- with riders coming from all over Australia to compete, wood chopping and whip cracking events, a circus and magician, the RAAF Roulettes flyover, a mechanical bucking bull, Swag throwing finals and a hundred or so trade sites that will take you’re a couple of days to get through culminating with a Fireworks display and a concert with legendary group Icehouse.
What a weekend!!!!!
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