Mason Hope Duo
Sunshine Coast artist Mason Hope is a powerful vocalist and singer songwriter with a tone compared to Guy Sebastian and Dan Sultan. With a talent to cross-over genres such as Blues, rock, country /Alt Americana and soul this has seen Mason play many different events and gigs.
Mason began playing drums at age 8, followed by guitar age 11 and soon after vocals. Masons ability to play multiple instruments allows him to have a unique edge when recording and arranging his music. Singing professionally at Sunshine Coast venues and at events since age 15,Mason has become a local identity as a musician and also as a youth mental health advocate as a Headspace National ambassador.
With his newest music video/single release Karmic Resolution receiving great reviews and Masons performance on Channel nines The Voice Australia 2018 , Mason has another busy 12 months ahead of him. He has just finished performing at the amazing Norfolk Island CMF and back in the studio recording another hot track, Like a hurricane to be released very soon.
Mason has been very fortunate to support some amazing musicians and icons such as Russell Morris , The Black Sorrows and Diesel as well as performing on the bill with Troy Cassar-Daley and Travis Collins among other great artists.
Festivals Mason has played at include:
Caloundra Music Festival, Bluesfest, Gympie Music Muster, Tamworth CMF, Norfolk Island CMF and more.
Awards and accolades
Creative generations channel Ten featured vocalist age 16
Winner The voice of Urban age 16
Winner the muster talent search age 17
Winner the Trans Tasmin Entertainer of the year age 17 (current title)
The Voice channel nine 2018 age 18
Headspace National youth Ambassador and national High energy team member.
Sunshine Coast arts and cultural Ambassador .
A hard working musician and advocate sees mason writing songs that matter and achieving so much at just 18 years of age. If you like listening to Guy Sebastian and Dan sultan, you will love Mason Hope’s sound
When: October 14, 2018
Where: Main Stage