The Shannon Noll fire pits are available now!
Is there anything more Australian than a Shannon Noll fire pit? We think not! And small Kyogle-based home business, Inspire Met Art has teamed up with the Loud singer to bring you Nollsie fire pits.
The fire pits come in two sizes – large ($345AUD) and boxed ($420AUD). With afterpay, zip pay and paypal payment options available, the fire pits are made with 3mm thickness and are designed to fully collapse and slot together. According to the website: “The flat pack fire pits work perfectly to pack away to take camping or simply just to leave set up in your back yard and pack away when needed.”
The design features ‘NOLLSIE’ on two faces of the fire pit, as well as the Southern Cross stars, which Noll famously got tattooed on his chest in 2019 with former Australian Idol judge Ian 'Dicko' Dickson, on the opposite sides.
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You can purchase the fire pits via Inspire Met Art here.
Earlier this year, Noll released his new product, Bait Bomb by Nollsie.
“What this is anybody going out yabbying or that instead of mucking around trying to get the bait in those tiny little mesh containers, it's always a mess,” the country singer said. “It simplifies the whole thing, just put your meat in and throw it in the net.”
Noll’s rise to fame as the first runner-up of the initial Australian Idol series in 2003 changed his life from farm hand in Condobolin forever. Since taking to the stage and commencing his successful recording career, Noll has gone on to receive consistent acclaim with seven top 10 albums, including two multi-platinum #1 ARIA albums, has 17 platinum and three gold accreditations, and boasts a reputation as the only Australian male artist in national chart history to have ever achieved ten consecutive top ten singles. His single What About Me was certified 4× platinum was the highest selling single in Australia in 2004.
In 2020, Noll also scored his first #1 on the Australian Country charts when he featured on Find Our Way with girl-band Southbound xo. He also teamed up with four-piece Melbourne band, Darlinghurst on You Stopped Making Sense in 2021.
In 2022, he competed on the Ten Network’s The Masked Singer Australia as the Blowfly and released his new single Take Me Away following his elimination from the series in late August.
Keep up to date with everything Shannon Noll on his Facebook page here.