Sound Feast showcases creative talents at ‘The J’

Talented musician and instrument maker Linsey Pollack.

By Abbey Cannan

The free entertainment spectacular aptly named ‘Sound Feast’ is back on at ‘The J’ on Friday 22 February, kicking off at 6pm. Sound Feast brings the community together to celebrate music and the performing arts, where all ages are welcome. February’s line-up includes unique performances by Linsey Pollack, Shinobi Kin and The Hillbilly Goats.

The show features ‘Paper, scissors – Rock!’ which is devised and performed by talented musician and instrument maker, Linsey Pollack. Linsey combines comedy and music by live-looping self-invented instruments and creating layers of music which will have audiences either spellbound or bopping in their seats.The line-up also includes ‘Shinobi Kin’, who have come from the shadows of the musical realm with a poetic tongue and some uplifting groove based hip-hop funk that is quickly gaining momentum within Australia. The act has created an exciting live show that is becoming sort after within the festival circuit. The Hillbilly Goats performance will exude an undeniable passion for mountain music, the instruments and the harmonies. ‘The J’ is located at 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Junction. For more information visit

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