Rod and Doug coming to Coalstoun Lakes Hall
ENJOY a musical journey with Rod Bryant and Doug Alexander at the Coalstoun Lakes Hall on Sunday, February 17, from 1pm.
It will be a great afternoon of country and middle of the road music by the two mates who have been playing together at gigs for many years.
Mr Bryant said Coalstoun Lakes was a great hall to perform in.
"Having an afternoon performance allows patrons the ability to drive home before dark,” he said.
He described Mr Alexander as the best instrumental guitarist in Australia.
Music is in Mr Bryant's blood as his grandfather, Charlie Clinton, was the founder of the Bundaberg Boys Brass Band back in the 1940s.
Mr Bryant's move into country music in 1983 saw the inception of the Bundaberg Country Music Club. With wife Sandy they are now both life members.
Mr Bryant has appeared extensively at Tamworth as well as playing at pubs, clubs and markets around the country.
He also covers the muster circuit including Boondooma Station, Murgon Muster, Millmerran Camp Cookout and Bundy Aussie Muster.
Tickets are $20 and afternoon tea will be provided.
Artists recording CDs will be available for purchase.
For more information phone 0400524343 or 41524349.
Mr Bryant isn't new to the area having lived in Gayndah.
As an old Gayndah boy, Mr Bryant said he played football against Biggenden in what he described as the good old days.
He also remembers doing the cream run around the Coalstoun Lakes area.