Celebrate the New Year in style when Eurobodalla Live Music (ELM) presents an afternoon showcasing exciting interstate artists and local talent.
ELM’s January concert will mark their first of 2019 and will feature a stellar line-up at the Moruya Golf Club on Sunday, January 13.
Taking to the stage will be Peter Dean and Friends featuring vocalist Tracey Stewart. With sparkling wit, fabulous songs and dancing beats, expect an afternoon of sassy style and pizzazz.
The concert will feature the original talent of Queenslander Frank Stoove before he presents his annual music festival at Bingie.
His style features blues-flavoured jazz and folk with a funky groove an a couple of rockabilly satirical pieces, good for a knees up and a laugh.
Lily and the Drum will also grace the stage – an exciting touring duo from South Australia, featuring vocalist and guitarist Lily, with John on percussion, harmonica and backing vocals.
As well as touring and performing live across the country, they have opened for many high-profile artists such as The Black Sorrows, Mental as Anything. Their current album, “Buried in Blue” is charting at No. 16 on the Top 25 Australian Blues and Roots National Airplay Chart.
Concert from 12.30pm. Tickets available at the door.