Open mic gig gath­ers a fol­low­ing

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL. -

COM­ING off the widely suc­cess­ful launch of the Whit­sun­day Sail­ing Club’s open mic ses­sion, round three of the mu­sic-filled af­ter­noons will kick off this Sun­day from 1pm.

This Sun­day the club will host Mackay mu­si­cian Mickey Muso.

Orig­i­nally from Syd­ney, the su­per cool dude is mak­ing waves in the Mackay mu­sic scene.

With an acous­tic gui­tar, ef­fects pedal and a va­ri­ety of foot per­cus­sion, Mickey brings a dis­tinctly rock ‘n’ roll feel to each and ev­ery show.

His in­flu­ences in­clude Me­tal­lica, The An­gels, Rose Tat­too, The Baby An­i­mals, Matchbox 20, Jack John­son and Xavier Rudd.

Do you fancy your­self a singing star, a vir­tu­oso in­stru­men­tal­ist, or just love belt­ing out a good tune for oth­ers to en­joy?

The Whit­sun­day Sail­ing Club’s open mic ses­sions are open to all bud­ding and pro­fes­sional mu­si­cians in Air­lie Beach and out of town.

The ses­sions will even host acts from the Air­lie Beach Fes­ti­val of Mu­sic. Sign up on the day and let the chil­dren run loose on the jump­ing cas­tle.

Mu­si­cians are just re­quired to bring their own in­stru­ments to hook up to the PA avail­able.

READY TO ROCK: Mickey Muso has been mak­ing wave in Mackay and will play in Air­lie Beach this Sun­day.

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