CRACKERBOX PALACE

CRACKERBOX PALACE

Crackerbox Palace Trio or Duo Entertainment Cover Band.

Eumundi, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia

Graeme and Gyspy J have been entertaining audiences in clubs & corporate venues for the past 10 years Australia wide. This superb act has the advantage of not one... but two great vocalists and musicians which offer a variety of songs by well known artists. Crackerbox Palace Entertainment guarantee professionalism, on time service, and fantastic entertainment for your function. For those having a private function Crackerbox Palace take request's to make sure that personal touch is added to any special event. Crackerbox Palace have supported many popular acts such as the Black Sorrows & James Blundell, as well as played for Radio Stations corporate functions, balls & weddings. Crackerbox Palace are based on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland. Xtra entertainment experience Xtra variety of songs and styles of great music Xtra fun and groovability We have a very extensive, variety packed 400 + song list You just never know what we will pull out of the box!!!! anything from 80's Rock to Country Rock to today's music. Our Trio lead guitarist Warwick Witt is an accomplished guitarist who just loves playing. After getting 3 wins and many places for instrumentals Warwick has been invited to perform at the Queensland champion of champions 3 times in Brisbane at the end of each year. Warwick received the 2nd place for 2009 and 2nd place for 2010 for the open instrumental. I you want your next special event to be a success then you need Crackerbox Palace

Graeme Maxwell-Jones- has been sining for the past 20 years in clubs & pubs australia wide! his career started inw the duo who performed around Queensland in the late 80's early 90's. In the mid 90's Graeme formed a 5 peice country rock band called " Razorback" touring Queensland.  in the late 90's Grame had a residency at the "Overlander Steakhouse" in Alice Springs where he performed australiana songs to an international audience.  Around 2004 they found themselves in Melbourne where they formed a 5 piece band specifically to play their original songs called "Crackerbox Palace"  this band played the Melbourne original scene for a year before Radio picked up Graeme and sent him off to Broken Hill where he became the local Morning Show Announcer and News Editor.  Later moving accross to the ABC Radio only to have his own talk show on local political and issues concerning the Broken Hill Region. Graeme and his wife now reside on the Sunshine Coast and have reformed their Duo with the old favorite name "Crackerbox Palace" performing covers and in the meantime still working on their originals.

 Janene Maxwell-Jones (Gypsy J) - started her singing career in school musicals where she only sang and danced in groups, never solo. She would have continued along this path if her working career hadnt got in the way and kept her to busy for what she really enjoyed doing which was to sing.   It wasn't until she met her husband, started a family and retired from her demanding career that she was able to take up her love of music in the late 90's.  In the duo "Sapphire" she developed a unique husky vocal style which came naturally the more she sang. Janene performed solo for a while but now much prefers the excitement and atmosphere of the duo or trio, therefore she has joined up with her husband again in the duo "Crackerbox Palace" performing covers and working on their originals.

Warwick Witt  -  is an acoumplished guitarist who just loves playing.He takes every opportunity to do shows usually with Trish Morrin in the duo "Boulevard" and as Bass Player in Shindig Country. Warwick has also been involved with the Dalby Country Music Club for many years and competing in many Festivals.After getting 3 wins and many places for instrumentals Warwick has been invited to perform at the Queensland champion of champions 3 times in Brisbane at the end of each year. Warwick received the 2nd place for 2009 and 2nd place for 2010 for the open instrumental.  Now all Warwick wants to do is to play play play!


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