Eliot Stone is the founder of Austin Aboriginal Instruments, an ethnomusicologist and an artist. His interest in aboriginal music began at an early age and lead him to study didgeridoo craft and performance with some of the world’s most respected didgeridoo craftspeople and musicians. In 2005 and 2006, Eliot served as an in-house didgeridoo instructor at an aboriginal art gallery in Amsterdam, during which time he also performed alongside Dutch electronic musicians in some of the Netherland’s largest music venues. His passion for craft and performance inspired Eliot to visit a Yolngu aboriginal community in Northern Territory, Australia in the summer of 2009. While in Australia, Eliot studied with Djalu Gurrwiwi and his family, who are internationally regarded as master didgeridoo craftspeople and musicians, as well as Yolngu cultural custodians and representatives. Since his return from Northern Territory, Eliot has worked to develop an innovative didgeridoo culture in his home state of Texas.
Josh Murley 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm 204 W. San Antonio Portal
Josh O.Murley is a resident of Kerrville, Texas. Josh is musically talented and plays everything from reggae, blues, Motown, rock, and oldies. Josh premiered on the Voice in 2014 on both Adam Lavigne and Shakira's teams. Josh was a member of the band "Someone Like You." for 16 years.
FOOD 606 Irons (School St. portal) Starting at 7:30 a.m. through lunch