Victoria's Queenscliff Music Festival have expanded their 2019 artist offering with R&B-soul queen Mojo Juju, Australian Music Prize winners REMI and Kent Burnside (grandson of blues legend R.L Burnside) added to the roster.
Other new additions include Nano Stern, who folk legend Joan Baez praised as "the best young Chilean songwriter of his generation", and Ross Wilson (who has 26 ARIA Top 40 hits to his credit)as well as American artists Joe Pug and Ian Noe.
Meanwhile, Karen Lee Andrews is hitting new strides with a style described as oceanic blues. For a mellower mood, sample GraceJean's compassionate storytelling.
The rich Gothic imagery of The Weeping Willows and The Long Johns with their tincture of dark country add more depth to an incredible line-up.
The rowdy and raucous follow suit with The Barren Spinsters, Doc Halibut, The Swamp Stompers and The New Savages. The explosion of sound doesn't stop there with The Strides building an eclectic base of reggae-pop and dub that is as daring as Sky Eater's trip-hop dub.
Rounding out the announcement are The Mamas, Devorah and Tanya George (who are powerhouses not to be overlooked).
They join the already announced artists Missy Higgins, Newton Faulkner, Tim Finn, Troy Cassar-Daley, The Waifs, The Cat Empire and many more. Click here to read the first artist announce.
The 23rd Queenscliff Music Festival (Victoria) takes place 22-24 November.
Queenscliff Music Festival second line-up
Karen Lee Andrews
The Barren Spinsters
The Long Johns
The New Savages
The Swamp Stompers
The Weeping Willows