Dave Graney and the Coral Snakes were THE stand alone act in Australia during the 90s.

Nobody stood near them. They cut through with wit, flash and weirdness and flew their freak flag for four albums while Dave Graney used street slang and literate word bombs to fully state his case.

They were born from the ashes of Graney & Moore’s seminal post punk act, The Moodists, contemporaries of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, The Saints + The Go Betweens and won the ARIA Award for 'Best Video' in 1997 for "Feelin' Kinda Sporty" while Dave was awarded the 'Best Male Vocalist' ARIA of 1996 for his work on The Soft 'n' Sexy Sound plus seven other ARIA Award nominations.

In 2015, for the first time since 1997, Dave Graney ‘n’ the Coral Snakes reformed to perform classics from their soft and sexy songbook featuring the original gangsters who made their much acclaimed masterpiece NIGHT OF THE WOLVERINE - Dave Graney on vocals with Clare Moore on drums, Rod Hayward on guitar and  Robin Casinader on piano.

For the first time ever Dave Graney n’ the Coral Snakes play The Gum Ball.