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The Snowdroppers are an Australian blues rock band, formed in 2007.
The band features Johnny Wishbone on lead vocals, banjo and occasionally harmonica, Pauly K on lead guitar, Nick London on bass guitar and Cougar Jones on drums. They have been praised for their energetic live performance, on-stage musical theatrics and entertaining personalities.
In March 2013, their album Moving Out Of Eden debuted at #1 on the ARIA Jazz & Blues chart. The record featured a heavier focus on classic rock beats and explored different lyrical themes to their previous material.
2015 saw the release of their third album, Business. The album featured the radio single 'Love Letters', and was followed by a national tour.
The band have played at Australian festivals including Big Day Out, East Coast Blues & Roots Music Festival, Come Together Music Festival, Village Fair, Peats Ridge, Byron Bay Bluesfest, Festival of the Sun and Gympie Muster.
In 2017, the band announced they were going to go their separate ways after a final tour, their last show being on 25 November.
- Too Late to Pray - Difrnt Music (23 October 2009)
- Moving Out of Eden - FOUR | FOUR (21 March 2013)
- Business - FOUR | FOUR (28 August 2015)
- Bottom of the Trough - Tenderloins (24 April 2008)
- Bootleg - Tenderloins (22 November 2008)
- Do the Stomp - Difrnt Music (10 April 2010)
- "Rosemary" - Difrnt Music (21 September 2009)
- "I've Been So Lonely Now Since You've Been Gone" - limited edition 7" vinyl (sold in 2011 at shows)
- "White Dress" - FOUR | FOUR (30 October 2012)
- "Love Letters" - FOUR | FOUR (12 June 2015)
- "Do the Stomp"-Red Dog Motion Picture Soundtrack (2011)
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