It's not often that people have the chance to hear "Bluegrass" music. But this will happen at the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon (PSA) concert starting at 2pm on Sunday July 5th in the CCSA Hall, Nutley St., Caloundra, when the Bluegrass group called "The Big Blue Fish" will be performing.
This trio of sunshine coast residents comprises:
Innes Campbell (guitar, dobro, mandolin, vocals) who recently won first prize in flatpicking guitar at the CMAA National Bluegrass Championships in Tamworth.
Darryl Low (mandolin, fiddle, guitar, banjo) - a talented multi-instrumentalist.
And John Thompson (bass, guitar) - the newest member of the band, who has managed to blend in with the established duo with an ease that belies the bulk of his newest instrument - the double bass.
Other superb artists on the programme are: the many-times QLD Champion, Baritone Colin Butcher: Senior Idol Finalist Joan Cowser: Singers Evalee Sharples, Bev Gourlay, Aart Schouten, Phil Horsley: young actress/singer Katrina Forrester: Dancer Lisa Sharples: pianists Neil Booth and Joyce Chapman: and poet Su Nash.
As usual, it will be excellent variety and a lot of fun.
This PSA series is held at 2pm on the first Sundays of the months from May to October. Bev Gourlay organises different artists each month and Neil Booth is the 'resident' pianist and talk-back host.
General Admission at the door is only $9, or $5 for Friends of the Chorale, and this includes afternoon tea.
Remember: Sunday July 5th, 2pm, CCSA Hall in Nutley St., Caloundra
graphic to the right: on the left Innes Campbell , front Darryl Low and on the right John Thompson.
CCSA Hall, Caloundra
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