Singer plans chilled, re­laxed Sun­day

Southern Telegraph - - Lifestyle - Emily Sharp

AARON GWYNAIRE Last Drop Tav­ern Sun­day, May 22 Singer-song­writer Aaron Gwynaire

Aaron Gwynaire will per­form a col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal songs and cov­ers at the Last Drop Tav­ern this Sun­day.

Orig­i­nally from Eng­land, the 25-year-old splits his time be­tween Man­durah and Port Kennedy teach­ing gui­tar and per­form­ing as much as he can.

“I stud­ied mu­sic tech­nol­ogy in Eng­land and now I want to set up my own stu­dio and start record­ing other mu­si­cians, too,” Gwynaire said.

Play­ing gui­tar since he was 13 and writ­ing songs since he was just 15, Gwynaire at­tributes Rock­set as a big in­flu­ence on his mu­sic as well as a mix­ture of 80s bands, David Bowie and punk rock el­e­ments.

“I love what I’m do­ing now, but I would even­tu­ally like to do big­ger gigs and get a band be­hind me,” he said.

“Set­ting up my stu­dio will be a step for­ward to have com­plete con­trol over my mu­sic and I’d love to tour.”

De­scrib­ing Sun­day’s show as “very chilled out and re­laxed with feel good songs”, Gwynaire is look­ing for­ward to play­ing a mix­ture of songs on the night.

“It will be a nice, in­ti­mate cosy gig and I will be play­ing more cov­ers than usual,” he said.

Pic­ture: Aaron Gwynaire

Aaron Gwynaire will per­form a col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal songs and cov­ers at the Last Drop Tav­ern this Sun­day.

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