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Country club playout
BUNDABERG Country Music Club will be holding their monthly play out on Sunday, July 5.
Join them at the Bundaberg Family Centre (at the old showgrounds) from 1-5pm.
Entry is through Kensington St, opposite the Burrum St Medical Centre.
Cost is $5, with afternoon tea provided.
For information contact Rod on 4152 4349.
4 String Phil
4 STRING Phil has a unique sound he calls Stomp Rock
It's bluesy, but not in the traditional way.
When he's not gigging, you will find 4 String Phil at home in his back shed studio experimenting with new sounds
He has even made his own guitars out of tins, pots and a frying pan just to see what sound would come out.
After performing at venues and festivals in Tasmania, and supporting Lee Kernaghan in Marble Bar, WA, for their 120-year anniversary in 2013, he decided to pack his ute and head to "the mainland" to introduce the rest of Australia to his Stomp Rock style
"My music is really different rock, blues, slide, cigar box guitar even touch of techno, so if you want to hear something unique come and see me at my next gig. I'm loud, I have a 20lt bucket for a stomp drum and my songs are all original.
4 String Phil will play at Bucca Hotel this Sunday at 1pm.
THE next concert of the Bundaberg Sinfonietta lunchtime series will be today at 1pm at the Christ Church Anglican Church.
The program will feature Barry Davis and Alison O'Malley at the keyboard.
Barry will also be playing the Cor Anglais.
Entry is by gold coin donation.
IN The year of the Gallipoli Centenary, Orpheus Singers has chosen to present a range of music which conveys something of the experience of war - for those directly involved and for those who can only wait -beautiful arrangements of music from the period of the American Civil War to the more recent conflicts in the Balkans and the Middle East.
Guest artists include the Shalom College Vocal Ensemble and also student Theo Delaney, whose presentation won the Premier's ANZAC award, which took him to Gallipoli for the Centenary commemorations.
The concert will be at Shalom College Performing Arts Precinct on Saturday at 7.30pm and Sunday at 2pm.
Cost is $15, or $10 for concessions.