This February

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February is shaping up to being a busy month for LIVE MUSIC! No excuses, get out there and enjoy the great range of bands and artists that our town has on offer.


The venue is ideal for some head banging tunes and there's no better time than Saturday Feb 2 to head to the Motor Hotel and listen to three great local bands thrashing it out on stage. 

Triple M favourite MOUSEY will be playing in his band Stung, and he will be joined by Jonahtyesimon and GDM. Music will be playing well into the night, original songs and your old favourites!

Free entry with doors closing late.  


Sunday, Feb 3, head down to the Cannery Arts Centre for an afternoon session of great tunes and phenomenal art!

The Flotsam and Jetsam art exhibition has been running for over a month and this will be the public's final opportunity to pop in there and have a look at what the Esperance art community can produce. Each piece has a component collected from the beach, whether that's driftwood or recycled rubbish. The results are stunning, and well worth a look a couple times.

Of course, music will be on offer as well from around 4pm. Drums and PA system are included, all you have to do is bring your voice, your talent, (perhaps a guitar), some enthusiasm and sing the house down! 

$5 entry, BYO food and nibbles, the event will wrap up around 7pm. 

WA's Finest - Number one

This is the first of THREE big events run by the Cannery and Kyza events, bringing down all the WAM Regional Music nominee's and the winner to our town to play for the Esperance public. 

This first night will be a cracker! Blue Child Collective have been to Esperance before as two piece and a three piece, and now they are returning with a full FIVE MEMBER BAND including trumpet! Having just released their fourth album, they are keen to get you up and moving. 

Sean spoke to DAN WHITE from Blue Child Collective on the Breakfast Show (8 minutes into the audio below!)

Denmark musician Myles Mitchell will also be playing and wooing the audience. For those interested Myles will be conducting a two hour workshop at 2pm to teach young musicians about stagecraft and performance presentation and the best thing yet, IT'S COMPLETELY FREE! Call the Cannery ASAP to book your spot.

Then of course, on the night we can add local favourites GRAND CASUAL and CAMPBELL GARRETT to the line-up to make it one of the biggest and best nights on the musical calender!

Saturday, February 8 is your date and tickets will set you back a tidy $40. 

NO EXCUSES, February will be a busy and FUN month on the music scene!

Sean Lindsay

31 January 2019

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