If you’re looking for quality original live music tonight, Friday, December, 2, and fancy something at the mellower end of the scale, check out Adelaide’s James Kenyon at the Old Church On The Hill.
Kenyon is on the road promoting his recent album Imagine You Are Driving. Kenyon’s songs have been described as “cinematic, emotive, and poetic” and have drawn comparisons with Don Walker and Paul Kelly.
Colin Thompson, Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival Director, sees more performers than most Bendigonians: “James’ set at The Exchange was one of the highlights of this year’s Festival for me. I can’t wait for the whole show at the Old Church on the Hill.”
The Sydney Morning Herald’s Jessie Cuniffe described Imagine You Are Driving as “a meditative, authentic journey that is genuinely in tune with its subject.”
Doors are at 7pm.