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    MINOR GOLD (Tracy McNeil & Dan Parsons) Debut Australian Tour

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    Minor Gold are the new Americana duo featuring ARIA nominated artists Tracy McNeil & Dan Parsons. From the opening strums of acoustic guitars, you are drawn into a world wonderfully reminiscent of such classics like Van Morrison’s ‘Astral Weeks’ & Eric Clapton’s ‘461 Ocean Boulevard’ – transported down the hedonistic highway of early 70’s grooves, 60’s folk, and the romance of 80’s pop. Their stunning vocal blend, deft guitar playing and classic songcraft, make Minor Gold the real deal.

    Living in a van whilst touring the country in early 2020, Parsons and McNeil hightailed it out of Victoria and up to Queensland in two days, just in time to avoid being trapped for the Winter as the first lockdown occurred. Subsequently, the duo wrote their forthcoming debut album whilst holed up in the land of palm trees and perfect weather.

    Kicking off the year with performances at Folk Alliance International in Kansas City USA, and making their Australian debut at Port Fairy Folk Festival in March, Minor Gold have hit the ground running. 

    Don't miss their first Queensland show on the tour, live at The Junkbar on April 1st.

    Supported by very special guest, JB Paterson. 

    This show is not to be missed.




    "The strength of the songwriting, the performances, and the indeterminate perfection of how these two artists' voices lock in together are enough to hit right where the emotions live inside us."  -  Dan Condon Music Editor - Double J

    “Partners in life and music, there’s an undeniable creative chemistry at play, both personal and universal, heady and heartfelt, that shines through on this first taste of their forthcoming album.” - Chris Familton Post To Wire

    “Minor Gold Forever!” - Katherine Devaney ABC Country

    “Brilliant songwriting and impeccable performances make this such an endearing debut” – Double J

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