As the working week comes to an end, plans for the weekend are pencilled in… days which belong wholly to us. Sundays are known as a day of relaxation and as the sun sets on the fairways of Point Walter Golf Course, The Grass Lands Bar and Cafe begins to awaken with the sound of chords and runs from local musical talent.
Sunday Sessions is a hugely popular gathering where great food and beverages are shared with friends and family amongst the backdrop of acoustic and instrumental sounds. Supporting local musicians at The Grass Lands is essential to connecting with its local community and providing a platform for artists to share their passion and talent.
Committed to their craft, Sunday Session artists bring melodious sounds to the venue as the tapping of feet under the tables falls in line with the beat and vocals.
Qynn Beardman is a rare talent with guitar skills to rival the great Tommy Emmanuel, his music is soulful with a hint of cheekiness and deep artistic sounds.
Maya Surjan, at just 18 years of age, has the voice of an angel with a depth of tone comprising a richness which brings life to every song she sings.
Courtney Murphy is a favourite at The Grass Lands with his piano and vocals. Fans will recall his time on Australian Idol in 2004 and continue to fall in love with Courtney’s velvety tones. Fondly known as The Piano Man, performances by this talented artist are unique!
“Sunday Sessions bring our community together with live music, great food and an atmosphere where families, colleagues and friends can relax. The artists share their love of music each week leaving the audience in awe of their talents and commitment to the music industry,” said Gavin Williams, Marketing Coordinator for Western Australia.