Fenn Wilson is an award-winning young singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula, now based in Melbourne. His debut EP Tales Of The Black Dog dealt with themes of heartbreak, love and redemption.
He is currently preparing for his first full length studio album Ghost Heroin (co-produced by Shannon Bourne at Thirty Mill Studios) and has been recording with Chris Parkinson in SA and Colin Wynne in Melbourne to ensure his beautiful songs, deep, rich voice and dynamic electric guitar are presented to best advantage.
Fenn’s musical career really kicked off in 2018 where he held the Port Gospel Session audience at the Port Fairy Folk Festival in the palm of his hand when he performed ‘John The Revelator’, and later that year he was named the Queenscliff Music Festival’s Emerging Artist of the Year. This award and its cash prize enabled him to fund his debut album. In 2019 Fenn was announced as the Port Fairy Folk Festival Emerging Artist of the Year too.
Since moving to the city in 2017, Fenn has spent much of his time honing his craft, touring and playing in bands with other young Melbourne musicians creating opportunities to reach a much wider audience. He has staged shows at venues such as The Worker’s Club, The Old Bar, The Drunken Poet, The Yarra Hotel, The Evelyn and The Union Hotel. He was also a guest on the Channel 31 music program, 1700 and has performed live on 3RRR and ABC Melbourne.
Sometime assassins, sometime saints, Lincoln MacKinnon and The Wrecking Train combine uplifting choruses, heart- break harmonies and a barely contained menace to produce their own blend of Alt-Country Rock.
Based in Fremantle WA, these port-town rockers have been wowing crowds across the country with their infectious melodies; energetic live shows and their wild and unruly swagger.
After releasing their second studio album, 'Sparks Will Fly', to rave reviews and a string of sold out shows across the country, the band are embarking on another national tour to further celebrate it's release.