She is known for packing out shows, exploding on stage and pushing the limits of her guitar, vocals and overall performances.
Despite her young age, Minnie Marks has a already cemented her place not only on the major festival circuit but also in the Australian music industry as a force to be reckoned.
A jack of all trades, Marks sings, writes her own music and is a multi-instrumentalist, but it is her talent on the strings of a guitar that turns heads when she takes to the stage.
Inspired by the likes of Lloyd Spiegel, Jimi Hendrix and Tyler Bryant, Marks is being compared to John Butler, Janis Joplin and Ash Grunwald.
She calls her music "dirty sweet rock 'n' roll" and her out of control talent is making its way to the Peel region, with an upcoming show at Redcliffe on the Murray.
After the release of her latest album, Marks is hitting the road again to tour her recent hits from 'Trouble with the Troubadour'.
Marks said she can't wait to be on the west coast again.
"I've been coming over since I was about 15 and I try to get it back there at least once a year," she said.
"I love the beaches and the musical community is pretty amazing too - it's always a great family over there, a lot of tight-knit, beautiful people.
"Redcliffe is an amazing place to be at and we always hang out there for a few days after the gig."
'Trouble with the Troubadour' is Marks' first recorded album in seven years, and the artist said fans can expect "something a bit different".
"There's lots of new songs and a new kind of show," she said.
"Lots of guitar, lots of singing and maybe a bit of harmonica in there.
"There's a full band track on this album which is a bit different from me being solo - a bigger sound, bit more electric guitar and a lot of different layers in there."
Minnie Marks will perform at Redcliffe on the Murray on March 31. For more information, visit the Facebook page.