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BC4K Entertainment at the Showgrounds

You’ll want to stay late for this one. This year we are so honoured to have Adam Brand joining BC4K for our evening festivities, after the fireworks. So make sure you pack your throw rug, boot scooting boots, or whatever you’ll need, you won’t want to miss this!

Adam brings with him, Jason McGregor and Matt Cornell to join in our festivities, and celebrate everyone’s efforts. Hemi Tauroa has also secured his spot to join us again this year, with Mattlach returning and performing at the bar for those who wish to continue into the night. Click Here, to view the full program.

Adam Brand

Adam Brand is one of Australia’s most popular and successful recording artists. A stellar career spanning twenty years has seen him nominated for multiple ARIA Awards, win 12 Golden Guitars, sell over 600,000 CDs & DVDs, as well as earn 3 platinum & 5 gold albums. A fan favourite, he has won a record 7 CMC OZ Artist of the Year awards.

So what is it about this charismatic male artist originally from the suburbs of Perth that has made him so successful. Adam Brand’s songs resonate as much with people from the suburbs as they do with those from regional and rural Australia. But the real key to Adam’s popularity is that he conjures up different feelings in different people and these feelings remain with listeners long after the last note. These listeners then become loyal fans for life.

While Adam Brand has always worn his heart on his sleeve, he is also ever ready to extend a helping hand. In 2012, Adam lent single ‘I Was Here’ to the Salvation Army’s Christmas Appeal. Among other such worthy causes, Brand has been an active supporter of Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital Gold Foundation and The Salvos.

Jason McGregor

Combined with his warm, passionate vocal tone likened to John Mayer & James Morrison, Jason is energetic versatile and a much sought-after talent whose soulful performances have captivated and moved both local and international audiences over the past 16 years.

A national finger style guitar champion and endorsee for Fenech guitars, he has toured with such notable performers as international country superstar Adam Brand, The Voice’s Luke Kennedy and Naomi Price, and Australian Idol Finalist Paulini. 

Matt Cornell

Matt Cornell has forged a career spanning thirty years. For many of them being one of Australia’s premier bassists & backing vocalists, playing with the likes of Richard Clapton, Adam Brand, Shannon Noll, James Blundell, Jenny Morris, Rose Tattoo to name a few, & was a member of iconic rock band the Baby Animals for three years.  

Matt’s released four studio albums, his first country release was in 2014, since then he’s had four Golden Guitar nominations, for New Talent Of The Year & Male Artist Of The Year in 2018, & was nominated in 2020 & 2022 for Group Or Duo of the year with his side project ‘Cornell & Carr.’ 

Matt Was handpicked both in 2016 & 2018 to open for Richard Marx on his Australian tours, & is now focusing back on his solo career with his first single release since 2017 scheduled for August 2022. 

Hemi Tauroa

Hemi, a singer-songwriter, originally from the Chatham Islands, located 900km off the east coast of New Zealand, has built a significant following for his acoustic Blues, Reggae and Rock sounds from Brisbane to the Gold Coast.

Hemi is a regular at events such as Eat Street markets, Queen Street Mall Plaza, and various other clubs and taverns across the South East.


MattLach are Matt Newnham and Lachy Stewart. Matt has performed in various musicals, MacBeth – The Rock Opera (MacBeth), JC Superstar (Jesus) and Les Miserables (Marius) to name a few.

He has released a solo album – Choosing Forever – and has been performing around SouthEast Qld as a soloist and in numerous bands.

Lachy’s original band [more] 1994-2000, released 3 albums and supported acts such as Regurgitator, Powderfinger, and Grinspoon. Lachy has played with several other cover bands around S.E Qld and has also played overseas at the Sheraton, Surabuya, and to the U.N. troops in Timor Leste (East Timor).

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