Jazzy es­cape from V8 buzz

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - LIVE ’N’ LOUD -

THE Cedar Creek Es­tate Win­ery will be­come the per­fect es­cape from V8 chaos in Surfers Par­adise with a jazz in the vine­yards event for mu­sic lovers. On Sun­day, the win­ery hosts spe­cial per­for­mances by Rock­a­billy Cow­boy Ian MacLeod, Lesyah Mul­vene and Fraser Good­man with his band. Good­man (pic­tured) is no stranger to the stage. Hav­ing honed his skills as a singer, song­writer and back­ing mu­si­cian on the streets of Asia, New Zealand and Aus­tralia, he has en­ter­tained crowds with his smooth vo­cals. This year’s high­lights in­cluded lead­ing the re­spected Wi­ley Reed Trib­ute band at the Broad­beach Blues Fes­ti­val and a busy sea­son with tours and shows. The win­ery event in­vites lovers of mu­sic and wine to bring a blan­ket or chair and set­tle down for sets be­tween 11am and 3pm. Bar­be­cue and drinks are avail­able. Tick­ets are $10 (adults), $5 (chil­dren), free (for un­der 10s). All pro­ceeds will go to the Ru­ral Fire Ser­vice, SES, Ru­ral Am­bu­lance and Com­mu­nity Care.

Ian MacLeod, Lesyah Mul­vene and Fraser Good­man and band play Cedar Creek Es­tate Win­ery, North Tam­borine, on Sun­day.

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