Singer songwriter Hailey Calvert.
Singer songwriter Hailey Calvert.

Free Sound Feast concert is music to our ears

MOMENTUM is building for another successful free concert on Friday, October 14, for Sound Feast at The J, Noosa.

The line-up includes Maroochydore-based a cappella choir New World Rhythm, which will be launching its new EP titled Live at The J.

Appearing for the first time at The J will be Brisbane-based songstress Hailey Calvert.

This vibrant young singer-songwriter and guitarist had people taking notice after her recent charismatic performances in Australia and America.

Over her years in the industry, music has taken Hailey to London, New York and Ireland, and to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre singing backing vocals for Michael Bublé.

Her talent was shared all over the internet when British artist Passenger posted one of her videos to his Facebook page.

She's become a festival favourite over recent years, performing at Woodford Folk Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival and Palm Creek Folk Festival as well as marking her fourth time at Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival in 2016.

Returning to Sound Feast and fresh from the Caloundra Music Festival are All Strings Attached.

The Sunshine Coast-based group combines soaring violin melodies with fast and furious rhythms to create a melting pot of world music-influenced sound.

The five-piece gypsy progressive-rock band delivers its own cranking eastern European-inspired tunes with a twist of punk, polka and a hint of pirate sea shanty.

Sound Feast begins with an all ages open-mic section from 6pm.

To sign on, go to The J at 5.30 and add your name to the board for your chance to perform on the big stage.

Visit www.thej.com.au


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