Had a mammoth playing day yesterday. CCCB played 1-4pm at the Pav, and I continued at the resort from 6-9pm. Had nice beers in the arvo and then had to work very hard at the restaurant, which was chockers all night. But some regular patrons brought me beautiful roses! Gosh what a surprise. When I … Continue reading The love keeps comin’ ♥️
Just picked up my media pass for Arts Ablaze, which runs from October 1 – 6 at the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley. Hope to listen to great music and write a nice piece for Scenestr. Check out the Arts Ablaze website to find out what’s on. There are a lot of big tents and artistic … Continue reading Got my Arts Ablaze media pass 👍
The Cannon Creek Country Band (CCCB) debuted in hometown KOORALBYN on August 18, 2019! All week, mates had been saying, “I hear you’re playing on Sunday, see you then!” And sure enough, they were here! The sun was shining, people were milling about holding beers, and the front tables all had RESERVED signs on them. … Continue reading CCCB debuts in home town KOORALBYN!
Nice to share this video of Chef Tim who runs the kitchen at the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley. The video is from the resort Facebook page. I play piano at Lilies Restaurant (at the resort) on Saturdays. Sometimes I need to look for someone and pop my head behind the swing doors of the kitchen. … Continue reading Our cool chef at the Ramada Resort – video
The day after Gerard reshaped the hammers on my piano, he tuned the grand piano at Lilies in the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley. It’s sounding good now 😊 and I love playing it! Sometimes I can’t believe there is a grand piano that I can play, in Kooralbyn. Is that insanely lucky or what? I’m … Continue reading Gerard tunes the resort piano
While I was playing at the resort last week, a family passed by the restaurant and stopped to look in the big window, which is behind me. Dee, a lovely lady who lives locally, showed me a photo she took on her phone. It was a reflection in the piano fall board of a little … Continue reading Reflection of a little girl
I went for a walk with Mike, and took this picture. On Facebook, my neighbour Michael said: “Monet in Oz, that photo is.” Another neighbour, Jenny, said: “Needs a bridge.” Michael said: “Exactly. Monet in Oz. No infrastructure.” I have awesome neighbours.