Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Tags

Soul Rnb


band members

Shannen Wick, Andreas Mikulcic, Nathan Scott, Jamie Stroud and Daniel McKoy.


Influences

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley, Durand Jones & The Indications


Website

www.fultonstreet.com.au

Bio

Fulton Street is the rare magnetic live act that can simultaneously start the party and make you feel something real. Their latest highly anticipated album ‘Problems & Pain’ (produced by Cookin’ On 3 Burners’ Ivan Khatchoyan) is a prime example of a daily soundtrack, where raw songwriting meets deep-seeded soulful grooves. Fulton Street is confidently led by the deep expressive vocals of iconic soul queen Shannen Wick and fully backed by a killer band.

Known for their vivacious live shows, Fulton Street has graced festival stages across Australia’s biggest events, as well as continuously selling out feature shows. They have enthralled crowds at Moomba Festival, Tasmanian Wine Festival, Caloundra Music Festival, Boogie Festival, Brunswick Music Festival, St Kilda Festival, Melbourne Music Week, Stonnington Jazz Festival, as well as Bluesfest sideshow support slots.

Coming to full form in Melbourne’s most iconic and sweatiest soul venues, Fulton Street is regularly featured on the stations where the true music aficionados live: PBS, Triple R and Triple J. Fulton Street released their powerful single ‘Told How to Walk’, from their record label STOIC RECORDS and reached #2 on the AMRAP Regional Charts, with more to come.

Fulton Street is the volcanic soul act that you do not want to miss.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

24 May 2021

Triple J
35

Powerful old soul vocal and some clever touches to the track. Note the wobbly organ moments and the chiming guitar rattle that sounds like it's out of a Funk Brothers session.

Powerful old soul vocal and some clever touches to the track. Note the wobbly organ moments and the chiming guitar rattle that sounds like it's out of a Funk Brothers session.

Review

Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

14 May 2021

Triple J
40

What an incredibly powerful vocal from Shannen, love the hammered organ vibe and western kinda guitars.

What an incredibly powerful vocal from Shannen, love the hammered organ vibe and western kinda guitars.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

28 Sep 2016

Triple J
40

This band remind me of Charles Bradley's Extraordinaires with the vocals being as powerful. Great stuff.

This band remind me of Charles Bradley's Extraordinaires with the vocals being as powerful. Great stuff.