Interesting, relaxing and enjoyable music at the Boatshed Markets this Sunday. A double header with the local musical talents of:
Jordy Morcom (10am to 11.15am)
Benny Mayhem (11.30am to 12.45pm)
Jordy Morcom returns to the Market this Sunday to entertain you between 10am and 11.15am.
Jordy is an all round musician who chooses to do most performances acoustically. Expect to be entertained by solid covers from Paul Kelly, The Beatles, Crowded House and many more.
Jordy is an emerging musician in Albany. His repertoire is full of energy, great vocals and familiar tunes.
Benny is the second session at the markets on Sunday – from 11:30 am to 12:45 am.
From a home base on the west coast of Australia, Benny Mayhem has toured the world in a way that few other artists have considered… as a wandering troubadour. And through this lifestyle choice,Benny has toured continental Europe four times, the UK five times…. and has toured both Australia & UK once this year, with his full band…. working his way up from busking outside Tube stations to the festival circuit within two years.
But, more importantly, he has met people and seen places that have changed and forever enriched his life.
Come on down to the Boat Shed markets on the waterfront in Albany and be entertained.
Craig Sinclair will be providing live music to entertain you
this Sunday at the Boatshed Markets.
Craig plays a soulful mix of folk, country and blues on acoustic and lapstyle guitars.
For the last ten years he has been playing his mix of original songs and classic Americana and Celtic folk traditionals at festivals and venues around Australia. Returning to the Boatshed Markets on Sunday January 21st from 10.00am.
Take some time out to relax down by the harbour and enjoy the start of 2018 with great live music by Craig Sinclair.
While you are there, restock your pantry after the festive season, browse talented local artisan stalls and grab a bite to eat – there is something for every member of the family.
THE ALBANY BOATSHED MARKETS – THIS SUNDAY – 10am to 1pm (Located on the Albany waterfront – Princess Royal Drive)