Home­ward bound

Albany Advertiser - - AGENDA - Shan­non Smith

There is noth­ing quite like a home town show when mu­si­cians such as Al­bany’s Me­gan Bushell re­turn to their roots to per­form.

Bushell will take to the mi­cro­phone at Wil­son’s Brew­ery with Bran­don Richards as duo MB Acous­tic this week­end.

Their laid-back gui­tar and en­gag­ing vo­cals will bring new and old clas­sics, and you may know the two as mem­bers of Perth cover band In­fa­mus, which per­forms reg­u­larly.

Bushell said the two WAAPA grad­u­ates love to get back to re­gional towns and ven­ture out of Perth.

“It’s al­ways won­der­ful to come back to Al­bany, es­pe­cially when I get to share what I do and have been work­ing on with my fam­ily and friends as they don’t get the chance to see me per­form­ing very of­ten these days,” she said.

“I al­ways find it a bit more nerve-rack­ing per­form­ing in Al­bany be­cause my fam­ily are there, but it’s a dif­fer­ent at­mos­phere to Perth, it’s quite warm and wel­com­ing to mu­sic.

“Ev­ery­one knows Al­bany’s full of peo­ple re­turn­ing home for Christ­mas, so it’s the per­fect ex­cuse to gather your friends and fam­ily, have some in­cred­i­ble drinks, lis­ten or dance to mu­sic and re­ally en­joy the fes­tive sea­son.”

MB Acous­tic will be play­ing a mix of unique songs with some big tunes as the night goes on this Satur­day, De­cem­ber 22, at 5pm.

There will be free cour­tesy buses back to Al­bany CBD by Al­bany Lim­ou­sines and Char­ters, leav­ing the brew­ery at 8.30pm.

Me­gan Bushell and Bran­don Richards are MB Acous­tic.

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