The porch of life is filled with stories and three musicians will bring those stories to life through song this Sunday.
Three singer-songwriters Pam Hata, Geoff Paull and Ash Davis will sit together on stage, each taking it in turns to play their own music as well as music that has influenced them. Sometimes, the other musicians will join in, at other times, they will simply let one performer hold the audience.
The range of music includes pop, soul, blues, folk, country, rock and even a few silly songs.
Three stools on the stage, three microphones and three singers will create two hours of musical magic in Kyogle.
Pam Hata plays a soulful blend of blues, RnB, funk, reggae and roots covers bound to get feet taping and hands clapping.
In 2013, Geoff Paull moved to the Northern Rivers, picked up a guitar again after a long period away from music and began to write lyrics.
Ash Davis has a passion for delivering heartfelt songs based on her life. Ash comes from a family of country/rock performers, the Graham family, who have been a huge part of the local music scene for decades.
Kyogle and District Arts Council presents Songs from the Porch of Life at the Kyogle Memorial Institute Hall, Stratheden Street, Kyogle at 2–4.30pm on Sunday, November 26.
Tickets are $15/$10 and will be available at the KMI Hall door from 1.15pm on the day of the performance.