Currumbin’s Deck Acoustics add Saturday sessions

Nothing signals summer like a cool drink, creekside, with awesome local music providing the soundtrack. And if that sounds like summer to you, then Currumbin RSL delivers in spades this month.

The venue’s Deck Acoustic gigs have been chilled waterside affairs, but the format has changed to incorporate a Friday session which runs from 5.00pm and a Saturday session which runs from 3.00pm.

While the space is open seven days a week for everything from a caffeine fix to lazy lunches and dinners, Friday and Saturday afternoons allow you to satisfy your music addiction by the water’s edge as well as support local talent.

Saturday 18 February sees Sarah Archer perform. A creative and respected singer songwriter, Sarah has more than 15 years experience in and out of the studio. Her 2011 debut EP Waking Up Tomorrow scored airplay on ABC Radio as well as coverage by TV channels. She was a finalist in the 2011-12 APRA PDA Songwriter Awards and has experience on a global stage, including signing with EMI Music Publishing.

Sam Buckingham is in the hotseat on Friday 10 February. Her powerful folk sensibilities and strength as a singer songwriter have seen her tour with much-loved artists like Katie Noonan, Angie Hart and Lior. She’s showcased at the International Folk Alliance in Canada and made her US debut at the infamous Bluebird Café in Nashville.

Australia’s premiere female reggae artist and Gold Coast darling, CC The Cat brings her acoustic set to the Deck Sessions on Friday 3 February, featuring acoustic versions of her anthemic reggae anthems, sexy soul numbers and feline funk.

Full lineup for February is as follows:

Friday 3 February | CC The Cat (5.00pm)

Saturday 4 February | Jerome Williams (3.00pm)

Friday 10 February | Sam Buckingham (5.00pm)

Saturday 11 February | Luke Bennett (3.00pm)

Friday 17 February | Bill Jacobi (5.00pm)

Saturday 18 February | Sarah Archer (3.00pm)

Friday 24 February | Michael Eotvos (5.00pm)

Saturday 25 February | Nicky Convine (3.00pm)


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