John ‘K’ Krsulja
2017 Golden Guitar winning Country singer songwriter John Krsulja from the hills of gold, Nundle NSW is an emerging artist and no stranger to the art of engaging an audience with his warm, rustic tone and honest, simple storytelling.
His Debut Album, Travellin’ produced by the late Karl Broadie, was a finalist for Album of The Year, at the inaugural 2016 Australian Roots Music Awards, held in Nimbin, NSW.
John Krsulja won his first Golden Guitar at the 2017 CMAA Country Music Awards of Australia, along side of long time friend Luke O’Shea, for Heritage Song Of The Year, with ‘The Old Man’s Shed’ co written with and recorded by Luke O’Shea.
John’s own recorded version of ‘The Old Man’s Shed’, was awarded an Honourable Mention, as a Finalist in the prestigious 2016 International Songwriting Competition, in Performance Category along side, Australian greats Paul Kelly and Troy Cassar-Daley.
John K, known to friends, originally from the Sutherland Shire has performed many times at Tamworth’s Country Music Festival & Hats Off To Country Festival, Nimbin Roots Festival, Murwillumbah Roots Festival and will perform at 2017 Mildura Country Music Festival.
John Krsulja’s music and performances are acoustic based and best described as Folk/Alt.Country.
|November 2, 2017 9:00 pm||Americana Showcase|