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Uncle Jed


Sat 9 Aug 2014, 7:00pm

Where: Collector Hotel, 100 George Street , North Parramatta, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission - PreSale: $15.00
  • General Admission - Door: $20.00
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Uncle Jed are a band you fall for almost immediately. With a unique sound it’s hard to pigeonhole the band into one genre.

Brothers Danny and Shannon Stitt decided it was time they moved to Sydney from Coffs Harbour in 2005 to collaborate with their cousin Laura after long distance jams no longer quenched their passion to make music together.

Since making a decision to pursue music the three have never looked back. Releasing their debut self titled album in mid 2010 Uncle Jed performed to a sell out crowd at the basement and since then have built on a strong Sydney fan base, air time on triple J and other community stations and have toured the east coast several times generating more and more interest each tour.

Uncle Jed find their sound is a blend of the music that has influenced the three of them over time - Funk/Soul/Reggae/Jazz; and are powering on now playing as up to a 7-piece with the amazingly talented muso's and friends they have made while in Sydney.

In 2013 family trio Uncle Jed captivated the nation with their spine tingling performances on reality TV show Australia's Got Talent. The trio went on to win the competition, propelling their album to #6 on the iTunes Charts and the audition videos receiving millions of YouTube hits.

This set the platform for the band's first national tour with many of the venues selling out giving people the chance to see how much more they have to offer.

As the band continues to write and develop their unique style of music the future seems limitless. You can expect to see new music in 2014.

Here's your chance to see Uncle Jed as they embark on their second national tour. Offering both their most intimate stylings as a trio, and also introducing themselves as a 5 piece band, there's a little bit of something for all to enjoy!

Supported by Ackers | Chill Grill open till 8:30