If music is the food of love then this is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
An audience of more than 60 people were entertained by some of the best performers and musicians in Eurobodalla on Sunday 10 November at the Moruya Golf Club.
Local organisation Eurobodalla Live Music (ELM) is dedicated to supporting new and local performers - providing them with the opportunity to display their talents and perform live in front of an appreciative audience.
And Eurobodalla really has some brilliant musicians and performers.
ELM's November concert showcased The Somedays, The Brownings and local retiring musician Max Sheir.
The Brownings performed covers from the 60s through to the 80s and Lyndal's voice can only be described as outstanding and fulsome.
The Somedays are well known through Eurobodalla and performed an array of their original songs covering genres from funk to jazz and all accompanied by Paul Marshall who was sublime on sax.
Max Sheir sang a number of old popular classics which were enjoyed by the audience.
The final ELM concert is being held on Sunday December 8 at Moruya Golf Club at 12:30pm and will include Caroline Stephens.
This singer, who performs at the Eurobodalla local markets and hotels, has a voice that has been described as elegantly uplifting.
Peter Dean is a well known ex UK comedian who has settled in Eurobodalla and he will be accompanied by local jazz singer Tracey Stewart.
Joining these two established performers will be new group Malicious Intent - not only new to the ELM audience, but the December concert will be their first ever pubic performance.
Malicious Intent band members are all year 10 students from Moruya High School and specialise in playing rock classics.