The Marji Curran Trio are one of Australia's most exciting roots and blues acts. Marji's exceptional song writing and clean acoustic guitar playing combined with the musical talents of slide guitarist Adam Hole and percussionist/drummer Phoebe Juskevics leave audiences wanting more. Marji's vocals are haunting, passionate and unique, Adam literally makes the slide guitars sing with feel, and Phoebe excites the senses with a delightfully experimental approach to percussion. Marji has been wowing audiences up and down the East Coast of Australia including The Port Fairy Folk Festival, The National Folk Festival, The Blues On Broadbeach Festival and The Australian Blues Festival. This Trio deliver songs with a powerful edge and an engaging stage chemistry that is luring crowds across Australia. Marji's music has been described as mesmerizing with a voice that is both angelic yet powerful. Her songs are given an edgy, punchy feel with Adams slide playing and stomp box, and Phoebes drums and percussion add a raw tribal layer to top it all off. If you are after roots and blues that is original, raw and unique then The Marji Curran Trio are for you! "Marji's bittersweet bluesy voice made the hair stand up on the back of your neck and goosebumps flow down your arms. She is equally adept on the guitar to accompany herself. When Marji started to sing every person in the room was listening." Pam Cox - Yuin Folk Club "The program likes to support live music and features a diverse range each week. I can honestly say that the Trio's appearance on ABC radio following The national Folk festival appearance created more feedback from our listening audience than any other act....whether established or rising." David Kilby - ABC Radio "I was fortunate to see and hear Marji Curran on stage. I was more than impressed with this performance. Her singing is exceptional, the songwriting is wonderful, and her stage presence is truly professional." David Churchill - Churchill Guitars "Marji's haunting vocals catch your attention like steam rising from a river at daybreak. Steadfast vocals cushioned by the rhythmic sounds of the acoustic, lapsteel and resonator guitars. But the style is 'with it 'Today." Ruth Janszen - Australian Blues Music Broadcast Journalist.