The Bamboos, The Teskey Brothers, The Meltdown, Amy Winehouse
Shaanika Marguccio - Vocals/Keys, Steve Forss - Drums, Phil Naidoo - Bass, Lara Wasilewski - Percussion, Jim Griffiths - Guitar, Ned Harding - Baritone Saxophone, Dale Dunbar - Trumpet, Kieren Washburn - Trombone, Saskia Marguccio - Backing Vocals
Unearthed artists we like
Stella Angelico, Fulton Street, The Cactus Channel, The Vibraphonic Orkestra, Papa Chango!, thando, Papa G And The Starcats, Saskwatch, The Teskey Brothers, The Sugarcanes, MAYFIELD, Arthur Penn & The Funky Ten, Brooklyn's Finest
Melbourne Soul are a party making machine. This is a band that likes to put on a show so brace yourself for a big live spectacle of soul. They thrive on audience participation, and know how to get a rise from even the shyest punter. Certified, bonafide and indubitably qualified to bring you satisfaction and a whole lot of action. There’s a party down on Gold Street and everyone’s invited.
That Gold Street Sound have played at festivals such as St Kilda Fest. - Main Stage, 2017 and Winner of Best Live Act on New Music Stage, 2016, Strawberry Fields, Folk Rhythm and Life, Cool Summer Festival, Inca Roads and End of the Line as well as Melbourne Music Week and Leaps and Bounds.
Completely self-funded and managed this is 100% independent Melbourne soul.
"The full funk experience... super fresh funky goodness" Chris Gill - Get Down, RRR FM
"A modern twist on Motown Funk" Alex Mann - The Thousands
"...these sexy cats will have you twisting and shaking to their Motown-inspired numbers. If Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes do it for you and you’re often seen getting silly to Soul in the Basement at Cherry Bar on a Thursday night then ... check out this local Melbourne act." Steff Italia - The Ripe
“That Gold Street Sound thrive on audience participation, and know how to get a rise from even the shyest punter. Their crowd interaction makes it hard for anyone watching not to have a good time. They’re a party-making machine.”
LEE SPENCER-MICHAELSEN - Beat Magazine Cherry Bar Soul Night Gig Review