Artists Attending The Riverland NO:RI Music Festival 2017
A singer, songwriter and guitarist, he survived a turbulent upbringing to develop into a powerful voice for Indigenous Australians, a storyteller in the tradition of his ancestors, and a nationally popular and respected artist. Roach's debut solo album Charcoal Lane was released in 1990.
John Swan (Swanee)
Katie Aspel is a Ngarrindjeri from Raukkan. She lives with her mother Janis Koolmatrie and sisters
Aislin, Peyton and Aaliyah.
Katie attends Tyndale Christian College in Murray Bridge.
Her family connections are Koolmatries, Rigneys and Smiths just to name a few in South Australia.
But also has a connection to the Lovetts from Victoria through her Great Grandmother who was a
Katie is very proud of her Aboriginal/ Irish/Welsh heritage.
Katie likes a range of singers from Nora Jones, Adele, Sam Smith, The mamas and Papas to Frank Sinatra. She loves a wide range of modern singers to the classics as well.
Katies performances are –
1. Flash blacks cabaret with Pascoe Braun 2014
2. Big Sexys Cd Launch 2014
3. Fundraiser in Murray Bridge with Buddy Knox 2015
4. Just too deadly awards in Murray Bridge 2015
Katie is very excited to be a part of the No:ri festival.