Head to Eumundi on Sunday, April 24 for Park Sounds. The music starts at 2pm with another great local line-up featuring Cora & Lochie, Yeah The Girls, Little Mountain Duo and Ryan Giles Trio. Pack your picnic rug for this fabulous afternoon of FREE live music in Dick Caplick Park, right in the centre of town Eumundi. All welcome.
CORA & LOCHIE are 15 years old and have been together as a duo for almost two years, after meeting as part of the Eumundi School of Rock. They play a mixture of well-known covers and original songs that cater for all age groups. Cora has been writing her own songs since she was eight years old. Singing and playing a combination of acoustic and electric guitar, layered with some great beats, Cora & Lochie will get you singing along and dancing.
YEAH THE GIRLS is an all-female band that began as a coming together of high school music students. Now in their third year of working and performing together, their love for making music together continues to grow. It shines through in their upbeat and entertaining performances of rock and pop classics.
LITTLE MOUNTAIN DUO is Cameron Cronk and Simon Taylor. Together they deliver a blend of indie-folk and alternative pop/rock sounds through their original songs. Their debut EP, When It All Changed, was co-produced with Tim Hart (Boy & Bear) and launched through sold-out shows in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. Little Mountain are planning a new EP release and tour this year.
RYAN GILES is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is renowned for his strong groove driven guitar and fingerpicking accompanied by soaring harmonica solos. A seasoned vocalist and guitarist since the age of 12, Ryan’s inspired by music from the 1950s to the ’90s, funk to blues, folk to hip hop. Ryan is a born performer and will be joined by his trio for this event.
Park Sounds is an initiative by the team at the Imperial Hotel Eumundi. It takes place on the last Sunday of the month.
This is an alcohol-free event