We love witnessing our favourite artists collaborate, creating epic musical fusion. However, what we love even more is seeing our musical faves get along like a house on fire, jamming like old pals and having nothing but a wholesome time.

Trevor Hall and Nahko & Medicine For The People are both touching down in Australia this week to celebrate Bluesfest’s 30th anniversary, topping off their trips with a slew of sideshows. The two artists have both performed at the festival before, stunning audiences and winning over new fans constantly – it’s fair to say, Australian punters can’t get enough of them. 

Nahko and Trevor aren’t unfamiliar with collaborating – the two have joined each other on stage multiple times, and they’re even scheduled to perform a special co-headline show at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in June this year.

As two leaders in the realms of world music, roots and acoustic, it’s totally expected that musical magic was made when the two came together for an impromptu jam on the streets of Barcelona.

The two, donning acoustic guitars played through a peaceful rendition of Trevor Hall’s track ‘Uncle Jo’, vibing off each other’s positivity organic talent. It encompasses the raw, carefree and communal nature of their music entirely – a quality that’s wholly captured in their respective live shows.

Check out the epic video below and try not to get wrapped up in their charisma:

Trevor & Nahko – ‘Uncle Jo’ live in Barcelona

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Nahko And Medicine For The People
Bluesfest Sideshows

Wednesday, 17th April 2019

The Triffid, Brisbane
Tickets: The Triffid

Saturday, 20th April 2019
Metro Theatre Sydney
Tickets: Metro

Sunday, 21st April 2019
170 Russell, Melbourne
Tickets: Moshtix

Trevor Hall Bluesfest Sideshows

17 April 2019

Oxford Art Factory


18 April 2019

The Corner Hotel, Melbourne


Bluesfest 2019

Thursday, 18th April — Monday, 22nd April
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Byron Bay
Tickets: Official Website

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