Evan Ayres debut his solo show a couple of weeks ago at Garrison. Evan spends his time around cows and chooks on a farm between Albany and Denmark. Singing and performing however is his first love. Whether it was grabbing a cucumber at woollies (as a 2-year-old to use as a guitar), learning to play guitar from his father at the age of 7, teaching himself the piano at the age of ten or performing Elvis and Michael Bublé in bands at school as a 17 year old, musical instruments are simply irresistible - much to his mother’s annoyance when trying to get him to study. Having written and recorded his original songs, with an EP being released in the middle of February, Evan also fronts a nine-piece swing band. Evan’s solo music features Evan singing, whilst playing guitar or piano, in jazzy/contemporary styles. Fishing is the only competition to music.
Terry Mack opens for rockin’ blues duo ‘Old School Road’ from 4pm Sunday 11th Feb’. Enjoy the views and tunes!
"Old School Road are a local South Coast blues duo performing interpretations of blues standards and classic rock songs, drawing from the early seventies such as Van Morrison, The Stones and The Doors. With Terry MacKintosh on percussion, acoustic guitar and gutsy passionate vocals and Kim Johnson playing electric guitar creating a cruisy blues sound. Together they seek to create a strong groove to get the body moving and the heart stirring. Old School Road perform regularly on the South Coast bringing decades of live performance background to appreciative audiences."
Something for everyone:
John McMullan - 4pm
John McMullan is a singer and guitarist form Denmark WA, who plays covers of folk/rock classics - singing songs from Pink Floyd, Neil Young, Tom Petty and more, doing his bit to keep the old hits alive!
James McAnulty 5pm
Discovered on the streets of Albany, this young guy and his banjo, worth listening too
Appalachian influenced banjo tunes, originals to old time traditional songs, bit left of field that will strangely draw you in.
The Easterly's - 6pm
The Easterly's duo bring their mellifluous sounds to Garrison restaurant this Sunday, featuring classic and original tunes from vocalist Jo Sharp and guitarist Kim Johnson.
Following the successful inaugural Sunset Session in December, ensure you don't miss out this time. We have secured a great young local artist Jordon Welshman for your entertainment. You also see the return of the G's great Street Food , with the things you loved last time plus some exiting new funky dishes. All ordered and served from our kitchen, so you get get to meet and talk to the chefs.
Its free to enter but you need to rsvp below and print your free ticket, (just so we can get a handle on numbers for food, and to ensure it's not too crowded for your safety)
This is a Family friendly event