Getting There is Only Half Way Back - Round Mountain Girls

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Round Mountain Girls Music Reviews
Some people say really nice things about us. We've collected a few of them so that you can get a feel for what we're really like. None of these were written by Brookers mum.

Capital News - May 2011
May 22, 2011

One Step Closer is a lot of fun, a lot of sound and a great demonstration of complementing instruments to match the style and song...

Rhythms Magazine - 2011
Apr 19, 2011

Rhythm Magazine's Sam Fell looks at the history of the band, as well as looking forward to the new album whilst catching a live show in the shadow of Round Mountain.


"this is where we started,” smiles Eaton, looking around fondly, and this is echoed when
I see them here live – they play like they own the place, never has a band seemed
so comfortable up on a stage, although perhaps this isn’t so much because of the
location but more because of the strong musical bond these musicians share..."

Live Review from Artshub
Apr 12, 2011

Marika Bryant, an artists and writer living in N NSW tells Artshub of her chance encounter with RMG one summers evening in the hills behind Byron Bay.


"What makes a band outstanding? Is it passion for making and creating music? Is it a great line-up of musicians who all, clearly, love what they are doing and are very very, very accomplished at it? I’ve often wondered and pondered on this musical conundrum.

Recently I had the great pleasure to witness a band that plays music that you think you know; are totally familiar with, however have not heard many of the songs before..."


Tamworth 2010 - Truckin' Life Magazine
Apr 11, 2011

Graham Harsant takes a look at the highlights of the largest country music festival in the southern hemisphere of which he deemed RMG to be the standout.

"RMG was one of the highlights of the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Having played three gigs in 2009, they were booked for 10 this year and each gig attracted an
increasing number of converts to RMG’s unique brand of country..."