Mason Rack Band

One of Australia’s hardest working bands. Reigning from the Gold Coast, Qld Australia, The Mason Rack Band are blues rock legends; having played shows all over Australia and toured internationally to Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Vanuatu & Japan.

 

MASON RACK

GUITAR / LEAD VOCALS / PERCUSSION

Mason Rack is a born entertainer – growing up playing percussion at the age of six with his musician father Billy Rack. Progressing to drums at age eight, Mason was able to play any style of music. For the next four years Mason developed a natural rhythm that is now part of his soul and way of life.

Mason picked up a guitar in his early years and mastered the genre of blues rock which is his true passion. His stage performance is an experience in itself. With more than 2500 shows performed including major music festivals throughout Australia, Canada, Germany, Netherlands and Italy – he shows no signs of slowing down.

The raspy vocals of lead front man Mason Rack have been described by fans as one on the “sexiest voices in the blues music scene” with flashes from Tom Waits and Led Zeppelin.

 

VINI MELO

BASS / GUITAR / PERCUSSION / BACKING VOCALS

Vinícius Melo is a live and studio musician, arranger and producer.

Graduated from CDMCC in Tatuí – SP (2006), worked as a music teacher at IGB Music School (affiliated with Souza Lima College & Berklee) in Franca – SP from 2009 to 2015. Attended several workshops and training courses hosted by musicians such as Egberto Gismonte, Hamilton de Holanda, Arismar do Espírito Santo, Filó Machado, Yamandú Costa, Laércio de Freitas, André Marques, Zé Barbeiro, Cléber Carrapicho, DuoFel, Daniel Maudonnet, Vitor Alcântara, Pedro Ramos, Ary Piassarollo, Douglas Fonseca, Zé Eduardo Nazário, Paulo Braga, Alexandre Cunha, Arthur Maia, among others. Recorded albums and DVDs alongside Arthur Maia, Chico Oliveira, Alexandre Cunha, Diego Figueiredo, Alex Reis, Alexandre Piu, Beto Sápio, Eduardo Machado and others. Worked as a sideman on cultural festivals, such as the Savassi Jazz Festival in 2009 – Belo Horizonte – MG, Femucic 2010 – Maringá – PR, Book Fair in 2011 and 2013 – Ribeirão Preto – SP, Book Fair 2013 – Franca – SP. In 2011, toured with a project.