Country rock Way out West
ON SATURDAY evening, the Stanthorpe RSL was packed with people eager for the annual Dance for Cancer Cabaret Night to kick off.
Local musician Peter Salata and country music star James Blundell as well as artists Annalise, Heather Herman and Linda Bischoff took the stage for some great performances.
The audience was treated to an extended night of live music ranging from country to rock ’n’ roll.
Proceeds raised from the ticket sale, the raffle and $5 from each copy of Peter Salata’s new album Homebound sold on the night went towards the local cancer support group.
If you would like to help the local cancer support group, donations can be made at Gracious Giving.
With all tables booked out, organisers Debbie Wilmot and Peter Salata were grateful for the support from the Stanthorpe community, coming along and donating goods for the raffle.
“It was a really good night,” Mrs Wilmot said.
“Everybody was up dancing, having a good time. There was still a good crowd at midnight.”
READY TO ROCK ’N’ ROLL: Annalise, Peter Salata, Heather Herman and Debbie Wilmot at Dance for Cancer.
Callum Makings and Samantha Sheehan enjoying a great night out at the RSL.
Ross Testa and Jo Torrisi.
Mandy and James Wren with Helen Doorley and Jenny Jones at the annual Dance for Cancer Cabaret Night on Saturday.
(Back, from left) Cavan Hindley, Spencer Wilson, Tracey Croft, Josh and Suzie Berryman; (front) Nigel Bowley, Critter, Andy Wilson and Troy.
(Back, from left) Lena Contarino, Debbie Wilmot, Angela Kelly; (front) Brian Wilmot, Sarah Jannenga and Lilly Jannenga.
Ginny Lovelady, Bev McLean, Jordy Barker, Ronnie McLean, Brendon and Bindi Barker with Marie and Natalia Lovelady.