Good Nights heads to Dunsborough

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Queensland musician Josh Rennie-Hynes will be performing at Clancy's tonight.
Camera IconQueensland musician Josh Rennie-Hynes will be performing at Clancy's tonight.

Bunbury’s Good Nights music event is embarking on a massive independent tour for the first time, with the Dunsborough event to be held tonight.

The music promotion and events company was started two years ago by Kelsie Miller and aims to link communities with live music.

Queensland musician Josh Rennie-Hynes who will be visiting Western Australia before heading overseas for a massive mid-year tour of the United States is headlining tonight’s concert.

He has also performed at major festivals such as The Americana Music Festival in Nashville, Woodford Folk Festival, Southern Fork Americana Festival in Auckland, Queenscliff Music Festival and the Nannup Music Festival.

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Joining Josh is Perth’s Belle Harvey, who has just released her new single ‘Drive’, and recently had her first single ‘Bridges Burn’ nominated for a WAM Song of the Year Award.

Harvey started this year with a tour of the Eastern states and also performed at the Nannup Music Festival and the Port Fairy Folk Festival.

Opening the event will be Dunsborough’s own Polly Medlen, a multiple WAM Award winning singer/songwriter who has supported the likes of Abbe May, Kasey Chambers and The Waifs.

Good Nights with Josh Rennie Hynes, Polly Medlen & Belle Harvey will be held at Clancy’s Fish Pub from 7pm tonight.

Tickets cost $10 and are available from https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=258692

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