The Buzz: Popular nights return

Acoustic Set: Demi Vandenberghe will once again perform at There Goes the Sun. Photo: Jonty Scoble.

Acoustic Set: Demi Vandenberghe will once again perform at There Goes the Sun. Photo: Jonty Scoble.

Our first Cannery Open Mic of the Summer series (Dec 21st) was an absolute blast. Our second Summer Series open mic and the first for 2020 falls on Friday January 10th kicking off at 5.30pm in the Cannery Arts Centre Courtyard. Special thanks again to local businesses Bj's Fruit and Veg, Castletown Liquor and Liquor Barons Esperance for supporting the series. The Open Mics are truly family friendly with kids as young as five regularly singing a song or two. Entry is $5 with children free, attendees are welcome to BYO.

WA act Evergone return to Esperance over two nights at The Pier Hotel. Evergone are an acoustic two piece based out of Denmark comprising of brothers Mike and Pete Sukys. The lads bring a stunning amount of musicianship combining dual vocals, guitars and percussion to create an immensely full sound for a two piece. Make sure to catch them as they hit the Pier over two nights Jan 10 and 11 from 8.30pm in the front bar.

There Goes The Sun returns for its third consecutive year at the Cannery on Saturday January, 18. The afternoon begins with three classy acoustic sets, with local Demi Vandenberghe to open, then followed by Margaret River based singer songwriter Paige Valentine and masterful guitarist James Abberley. Then the night ramps up with a rocking local line up, kicking off with high energy rap maestro DR tasty, followed by danceable progressive grunge act Dr Yoshiro, and rounded out by Echo Run. Echo Run are absolute fire combining an infectious groove with Jonah symonds slick lyrics. Legendary Local DJ Ace returns to the stage to round out what shall be one epic evening. Set to the backdrop of the Cannery round garden, with the Cannery Bar in full swing and Tacos and Gozlemes by Livvy at Rolled with Love, There Goes The Sun will be a highlight of Kyza Presents Summer program. Tickets to this 18+ event are $30+BF for Cannery Members and $35+BF for Non-Members and can be found at www.canneryartscentre.com.au.