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There will be some great entertainers at this free show
Music by the River played to a great audience last year and this year, they are once again back! You will have a lazy, enjoyable Sunday afternoon with the advent of some stunning sights and spectacular sounds at Music by the River.
This will be a free event and will be held on Sunday 22nd September 2019 from 11.00 am until 4.00 pm at Tench Reserve, Tench Avenue, Jamisontown.
This venue is right on the banks of the pretty Nepean River and Music by the River is a community event. It is a great way to begin to celebrate the beginning of spring in Penrith.
The views are glorious with the river in the background and you can soak up the sounds of popular local musicians playing original music and famous favourites throughout the afternoon.
11 am to 11:45 am - David Agius - is a musician, singer/songwriter, who covers a few different styles of music. He is a cover artist, but he has original music also which is modern country/blues and rock. David has a real passion for music.
11:45 am to 12:30 pm - Jake Edgley - Jake is a singer, guitarist and songwriter. Jake is a full-time musician based out of Sydney, Australia. He is a passionate performer and has a big range of repertoire and is available for any event.
12:30 am to 1:15 pm - Jarrah Ferris-Smith - Jarrah is a 22-year-old musician who has been writing his own music since he was just 11. During the last 11 or so years, his techniques and styles have grown into a really great singer-songwriter who also covers many different artists.
Jarrah and his guitar have a partnership that he will never break, with smooth vocals and many different topics. He has a very good ear for detail and this is obvious with his creations. Jarrah is currently playing gigs where ever possible and has recently released his debut album.
1:15 pm to 2.00 pm - Olivia Grey - has a voice and music which has been described as very personal and sensual. She also has excellent songwriting and arrangements skills and this makes her music stand out of the ordinary.
She started taking guitar lessons and writing songs at an early age. She was still in her teens when she decided to go to London and studied at Cambridge University in order to get herself a degree in English Literature. She then also got more involved in songwriting. Olivia Gray's songs have also been recorded by international top artists like Milva, Francesco Napoli, Los Picos, and Paco Aguilera. Olivia also participated in some of the biggest song festivals in the world in Tokyo, Korea and twice at the well-known Festival in Viña de Mar, Chile.
All in all, she has had a wonderful career with plenty of different songs, singing with others, and is a very popular artist.
2.00 pm to 2:45 pm - Hannah Beeby
2:45 pm to 3:30 pm - Andy Illinois - Andy is from Penrith and he loves rock n' roll, ballads and 90s alt-rock and grunge. Andy also writes some of his own music and is heavily influenced by the likes of The White Stripes, Foo Fighters and Led Zeppelin.
3:30 pm to 4.00 pm – Heath Lincoln - Heath is a solo acoustic artist, singing up a mix of '90s through to modern music. He also enjoys playing with a duo when possible.
Heath has been performing for over 15 years, singing, and has been playing the guitar since his early childhood school years. He was originally from Hobart and now lives in Sydney.
At the Music by the River, there will also be food to buy at this event or you can even bring a picnic. You could then sit back and relax on one of the comfy deck chairs while the children are entertained by the activities that are on!
You can read more about Music by the River at their Facebook link.