This Saturday, June 22, will see a lineup of bands playing at the Goulburn Club as part of the Bad June Rising show.
The concert has been organised by Marky McCool and it draws together local talent as well as musicians from Canberra and Sydney.
The line-up is:
- The Saturday Sandals 8pm
- Prophecise 8.45pm
- Neon Honey 9.30pm
- Charlotte Lock 10.25pm
- Hedy Blaazar 11.15pm
Mr McCool said it was great to have a mix of local and out-of-town talent all playing on the same bill.
"Ordinarily a show would be held on a Friday but Saturday gives a good opportunity to showcase some awesome talent," Mr McCool said.
"Prophecise are a young band out of Canberra growing from gig to gig.
"Neon Honey has played a few shows over the years and her acoustic alternative styling is amazing.
"Charlotte Lock is looking to surprise us with a set and The Saturday Sandals are a younger Year 12 act, who am sure will not disappoint.
"Hedy is going to be touring her cassette during this time. So I thought would be a great opportunity for her to play a headline set.
"Come down for the fire and stay for the acts as I am sure it will be a great time."
He said the first Act is The Saturday Sandals, who are students of Charlotte Lock's from Trinity Catholic College in Year 12.
"This will be their first show and am sure it will be a good chance for them to show off their respective talents," Mr McCool said.
"Charlotte contacted me and asked about doing a set and I have said this would be a good experience for them.
"The next Band to play will be Prophecise, a young band from Canberra who have played once before at a previous show called "Whose got the Funk".
"They showcased original songs and have exceptional talent, playing in Canberra over the last year and they continue to grow as a band. They will be performing from 8.45pm.
"Next on is Chantelle Milin, known as "Neon Honey", who hails from Canberra to and has played in Goulburn previously in a few shows over the years.
"Her acoustic alternative rock styling have always been unique and always exceptional to watch.
"After that is Charlotte Lock, who will return to play a surprise set, and at this stage it has not been confirmed whether she will be performing solo or otherwise, but her vocal and acoustic skills have always shown to be something to experience. Her set will be from 10.25pm.
"Finally Hedy Blaazar is formally performing as "H" with a violin accompaniment.
"She has been performing across Canberra and Sydney to showcase the release of her new material on cassette tape touring Canberra the night before at Transit Bar.
"Her vocal range has always been driven by personal experience and has always inspired awe from those who have had the chance to hear her.
"It is always a pleasure to have her perform and it should be a solid night of eclectic musicians. Her set will be from 11.15pm."
He said the event could be found on Facebook and he hoped to see a few people supporting young musicians at the club on the night.