The incredible free live event ‘Sound Feast’ is back on Friday 26 April from 6pm at The J.
It’s a great night out for all ages to enjoy with a line up including guitarist, singer and songwriter Chris Matthews.
Whilst Chris is becoming recognised as one of the great players in Australia on the guitar, mandolin, banjo, lap steel, and anything else with strings, he’s also an incredibly talented songwriter. Eminently listenable, approachable, and a truly Australian sound to his tunes, he’s one of the rare artists who can combine impeccable musicianship with self-penned songs that almost anyone can relate to.
Also on the lineup is debut touring artist, Jeremiah Johnson. Singer, songwriter Jeremiah with his exemplary guitar work is one of the rare few Australian artists who, in point of fact, tour the country twelve months of the year.
The big band of the night with an infections groove is ‘The Steele Syndicate’. An evolution of Steele McMahon’s solo work, the Brisbane-based octet has an eclectic, genre-bending sound that reimagines elements of old school funk, reggae, ska and indie rock. Rich vocal harmonies blend with a roaring, four piece horn section to create music that is energized and emotional, for dancing breathlessly and for pondering deeply.
Sunshine Coast based duo, JC & The Tree will also be performing on the night.
There is hot food available, a full bar, seating and a dance floor.
The J is located at 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Junction. For more information visit www.thej.com.au/sound-feast-april-19/.