Started as an experimental project between Georgia Fair’s Jordan Wilson and virtuoso drummer/producer Galen Sultmann, Valley Onda have evolved into one of Sydney’s most interesting new bands – finding the final piece of their musical puzzle in Lamalo’s producer/keys guru Michiya Nagai. With much of 2019 spent touring the East Coast, here is the band’s dream festival rider!
We’ll start with Morgan Freeman announcing our names with a brief description of each member on arrival into the dressing room. An audio recording of course because we respect the mans time.
Once we arrive we will find our dressing gowns, Jordan in Maroon, Mich in Green & Galen in hot pink. With matching slippers. After a few meet and greets we head to our individual corners to prepare for the show.
Usually Jordan likes to sit on his mediation pillow and only open his eyes to nibble on some dark chocolate from time to time (not too dark, preferably from Aldi because they’re the only outlet that seems to get the correct ratio between light and dark).
Galen likes to get limber by playing table tennis against a wall with a video projection of Forest Gump whilst indulging in some fine Japanese whiskey.
Whilst Mich likes to sneak in some piano students for extra cash whilst we are on the road, that is before his foot massage.
We usually all join in a huddle before the show and de-robe before storming the stage, with a few bum pats for good measure.
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