THE band name on everybody’s lips this festival is Dozzi.
Andrea, Jesse and Nina Dozzi are sisters who know how to put on a show and have been impressing audiences across Tamworth.
With musical parents, Dozzi, with Andrea on vocals, Jesse on guitar and vocals and Nina on keyboards and vocals, were destined to be on stage.
Dozzi began when Jesse and Andrea started singing together and when Nina finished school, she joined them and the pieces all fell into place.
This festival they’ve been meeting plenty of new people and artists and networking.
“It’s such a good vibe,” Jesse said. “We came last year, but didn’t perform.”
This year the Brisbane girls plan to release their first album, Risk It All, which is finished, but they are still in talks about final details on when and how they are going to release it.
“The name summed up everything and now we’re on a big push to crack the music business,” Jesse said.
Their latest single, Love Away The Bad Days, has been getting plenty of interest on the Country Music Channel along with their first single, The Way It Goes.
There are another three siblings at home, who are also interested in music and their parents were musicians.
“If we write a song and we’re not sure about it, we go and ask dad,” Andrea said.
Nina said they wouldn’t be able to do music without their parents.
These are three girls to catch in concert before the festival ends with gigs today at Shoppingworld, Longyard Hotel and The Pub, tomorrow at Southgate Inn and Sunday at the Imperial Hotel.
“The main thing about our shows is that we like to have fun and hope the audience does too,” Andrea said. “People laugh at us and with us.”