It has been an absolute trip, and the highs just keep getting higher.
While Grand Casual made some amazing in roads in Perth, Esperance was graced with the astounding two-piece Swamp Thing.
Saturday, November 3rd ran like clockwork and was a first at Kyza Presents coordinating from afar.
I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank the fantastic team that made the event possible.
To Ben Sinclair you smashed it out of the park mate. Jon Carlson, Alex Richardson and Sarsby Martin – legends. Tim Currie, you are an absolute gem.
To Dan Seinor, Paul Ricciardo and Boden Bosworth you guys have done your town proud with brilliant performances.
To my folks Sue and Pete, for supporting me in all this craziness.
Chris And Aj Vibart for sorting accommodation and mad lights xx. Marcus Tromp for your massive contribution and for being an absolute legend. Cole Bishop, your timely advice was golden.
Trevor Burleigh and the team at The Esperance Motor Hotel, I can’t thank you all enough for supporting live music and being an absolute pleasure to work with, a fantastic establishment.
All the local media legends Jesinta Burton at the Express, Bronte Vincent at the Tide, Sean Lindsay at Triple M and Christien De Garis at ABC, I owe you all a kidney.
To Grant Haua and Michael Barker, Esperance loves you guys, you bring a live performance like no other and I’m rather stoked I’ll get to see you play next week at Bridgetown.
And lastly to everyone that came along and just had a killer damn night, I applaud you – what a bunch of legends.
Thanks so much for getting behind the local scene and supporting banging live music. Sometimes the key to success for sweet as events is to combine a few ideas, particularly those that appeal to varying audiences.
Jade Suzanne approached me a few months back about the idea of a used clothes market at The Cannery, I kicked in an Open Mic and The Cannery decided that with all this action a casual opening for our 9X5 exhibition made a whole deal of sense to fall on the same day.
And what an epic day it will be. Head down to The Cannery Arts Centre on Sunday, November 18th to check out the clothes market for free between 1pm and 3pm.
After 3pm, a classic Open Mic will run alongside the Clothes market with entry then set at $5 with attendees invited to BYO beverages and nibbles.
Across the whole occasion will be the opening of The Cannery 9X5 exhibition in the main gallery with attendees invited to peruse at their leisure.
If that’s not all the ingredients for a creative and classy occasion then I’m at a loss.