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Zac Brown Band, Deni Blues and Roots Festival, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Zac Brown Band, Deni Blues and Roots Festival, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Zac Brown Band Debut New Song At Deni Blues & Roots Festival

by Paul Cashmere on March 30, 2013

in Live,News

The Zac Brown Band debuted a brand new song called ‘New Day’ at the inaugural Deni Blues and Roots Festival this weekend.

Zac Brown Band, Deni Blues and Roots Festival, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Zac Brown Band, Deni Blues and Roots Festival, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The Zac Brown Band performed in the comfy 3pm slot of day one of Deni Blues and Roots Festival.

Zac also recalled how his song ‘Free’ was written in Australia eight-years ago. He said he wrote it on the beach at Byron Bay when he was on vacation in Australia but this is actually the first time the Zac Brown have performed in Australia. Monday night in Melbourne was actually their very first Australian show.

The Zac Brown Band was the first of six international acts performing at Deni Blues and Roots Festival today. Bonnie Raitt, Chris Isaak, Tony Joe White, Jason Mraz and Newton Faulkner are also performing.

The Deni Blues and Roots Festival will continue tomorrow (March 31) with Santana, Status Quo, Jimmy Cliff and Steve Miller Band.

The weekend festival line-up is:

12:00pm: Howlin’ Steam Train
12:40pm: Gallie & Shannon Bourne
1:15pm: Geoff Achison with Chris Wilson Band
2:15pm: Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk
3:00pm: Zac Brown Band
4:15pm: Morgan Evans
5:00pm: Bonnie Raitt
6:15pm: Newton Faulkner
7:pm: Jason Mraz
8:30pm: Tony Joe White
9:45pm: Chris Isaak

Sunday, March 31
11:45pm: Lime Cordiale
12:20pm: Marco Goldsmith Band
1:00pm: Howlin’ Steam Train
1:45pm: Morgan Evans
2:30pm: Dirt River Band
3:15pm: Jimmy Cliff
4:30pm: Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk
5:00pm: Steve Miller Band
6:30pm: Ward’s Express
7:15pm: Santana
8:45pm: Collard, Greens & Gravy
9:45pm: Status Quo

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