Tune into 93.7 Edge FM on Tuesday evening for our Daltrey & Davies theme (continued).
Last week our playlist included tracks from Roger Daltrey's first solo album simply entitled, "Daltrey", well known songs from The Who and The Kinks, and a little bit of a look at the music of Ray Davies.
I have been out and about in the Bega Valley this week, catching some of the wonderful local cultural events, starting with a visit to the Spiral Gallery to see the "Ways of Speaking" exhibition, and a terrific one-man play written and starring Alex Nicol called Always on Sundays. To top it all off I went to Wolumla Hall this afternoon to "A Sentimental Journey" performed by Louise Page Soprano) and Pip Candy (piano). The concert was presented by the Sapphire Coast Music Society and the chosen repertoire included favourites such as Summertime (Porgy and Bess) by George Gershwin, We'll gather lilacs by Ivor Novello and "He was beautiful" by Stanley Myers. In 2010, Louise was awarded an OAM for service to the performing arts. with a beautiful repertoire.
On Tuesday night, local musician Damon Davies will join Garry & Brent (The Boundary Riders) at the end of their show for a chat, and then stay on to join me on A Mixed Bag with Chris B for some live music on air.
Damon is a multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire, and has been playing around the Bega Valley for many years.
I look forward to catching up with Damon and listening to some fantastic live music.