Music at the Boat Shed Markets – Sunday 23rd July

Two for the Price of None

We are looking forward to a great morning of music at the Boat Shed Market this Sunday.  Shake off any hint of Sunday morning slow-down from 10am too 11am with:

1.  Evan Ayres and the Swing Kings

Evan Ayres and the Swing Kings are Great Southern’s premier swing band, performing originals through to iconic jazz songs from the greats such as Fred Astaire through to Bublé. Expect a high energy show that will make you want to get up and dance or make you listen intently and cry.

Bring back those old memories and create whole new ones. This band has a famous destiny with the release of their first E.P, ‘In Love With You’. The magical crooning voice of Evan Ayres backed by the mighty Swing Kings (and Queens) will guarantee a performance to remember.

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After SELLOUT shows for two performances there will be a 3rd show on  Sunday 29th July at 2.00pm at the Albany Port Theatre (Albany Light Opera and Theatre Company). Row Seating $20 Tickets on sale Paperbarks, York St. www.paperbarks.com.au

Facebook details: https://www.facebook.com/EvanAyresandTheSwingKings/

Image courtesy of Janet McArtney

2.  Blake Grobbler

Then simply enjoy the waterfront, the Market and the day while Blake’s acoustic guitar style and warm vocals deliver a relaxed and easy listening sound.

Blake GrobblerBlake is originally from South Africa and now lives, and plays his music in Albany.  With musical influences from Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton to Matchbox 20 – Blake is a regular at venues in Albany 

 

 

 

 

 

Make sure you take time out to relax at the Boatshed Markets this Sunday and enjoy the great live music down by the harbour.  AS ALWAYS IT IS FREE !

THE ALBANY BOAT SHED MARKETS  SUNDAY MORNINGS 10am to 1pm
COME ON DOWN ! 

Image courtesy of Blake Grobbler

 

 

 

Music at the Boat Shed Markets – Sunday 15th July

Shenanigans

with Mike and Madeline, is a fun, folk-tastic musical duo.  With Mike on the accordion and guitar, and Madeline playing banjo-mandolin, folk whistles and lil’ bass its always an entertaining adventure.  With more instruments than hands, they hop skip n jump their way through an eclectic musical feast.

 

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The Albany Boat Shed Markets.  Every Sunday. 10am to 1pm. Come on Down.

 

 

Music at the Boat Shed Markets – Sunday 3rd June

A winter warmer this Sunday at the Albany Boat Shed Markets

Something Else Lite

 Andrew Findlay on Trombone joins Robert Plant on bass and singer/songwriter Steve Dougherty on acoustic guitar

 

Something Else Lite

Something Else lite will entertain you with a mix of modern jazz rhythm and blues – their repertoire includes Jazz Classics and original pieces.

Make sure you take time out to relax at the Boatshed Markets this Sunday and enjoy the great live music down by the harbour.

THE ALBANY BOATSHED MARKETS – EVERY SUNDAY 10am to 1pm
(Located on the Albany waterfront – Princess Royal Drive)

COME ON DOWN !

Image courtesy of Something Else lite.

Music at the Boat Shed Markets – Sunday 13th May

It is a double header again this week.

Session 1.  10:00 – 11:15  We welcome Mic O’Doherty and Tony Hughes

Tony Hughes accomplished in guitar, mandolin and ukulele – one of Albany’s favourite backshed and party musicians from what is euphemisticallyknown as the “Albany Jamming Crew” – and Mic O’Doherty – Albany’s over active dilettante on Harmonica possibly ukulele as well he may even sing.

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Photo courtesy of Mic O’Dougherty

Session 2.  11:30 – 1:00  We welcome Brendon Jennings & Scotty Collins

Brendon and Scotty are local musicians who will entertain you with wonderful classical Spanish and South American guitar duets.

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Photo courtesy of Brendon Jennings and Scotty Collins

The Boat Shed Markets are on the waterfront in Albany every Sunday morning –  Come on down.