Omid Master would like to acknowledge his respect and gratitude to the Indigenous people of Australia. In 2001 Master moved to Far North Queensland to the Kuku Yalanji region near the Daintree Forest. His earthy attitude and close relations with the Indigenous people resulted in an Aboriginal Elder giving  him the title Garanjou with the intended meaning of the Eagle who landed in Mossman Gorge with a message of love. This is when he began his solo musical journey incorporating the didgeridoo with guitar and vocals.

Master collaborated with lyricist Helen Ramoutsaki to form a powerful song writing team.  They co-wrote the Laura Dance Festival theme song performing it live with Colored Stone. Master then wrote the first theme song for the Port Douglas Carnivale performing it live on national television for the morning show and sunrise weather segments.

After working as a solo artist for six years he released his debut album through MGM's Green Media. This album titled Everything is okay was acoustic pop about his personal and spiritual relationship with the world being a Persian background singer raised in Australia. His second album released August 2010 was a mixture of rock songs about his personal life and acoustic songs about nature and the environment.

In 2012 he released Daintree dancing a song about the area he lives, co-written by Helen Ramoutsaki.

This year he has teamed up with recording producer Mobin Master to release, I won't burn, the second single on his third album.

He has played live during Intermission at the Cairns Convention Centre's basketball league, The Tablelands Folk Festival, on national TV during the Port Douglas segments on Sunrise and The Morning Show, opening for Eskimo Joe and Lior to weddings, corporate functions and hotels all around Queensland.

Master can also play a huge selection of cover songs with the latest additions: I will wait by Mumford and Sons, Ho Hey by The Lumineers and Riptide by Vance Joy.


2014 Tour Dates: 

  • Feb 22nd - Tablelands Folk Festival Yungaburra Sessions, Yungaburra Hotel 

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