Presented as part of Bleach* Festival.
This free outdoor concert features the unique Pacific beats, catchy songs and powerful log drumming of multi-award winning Bobby Alu and his band, The Palm Royale.
Bobby Alu is an accomplished songwriter and travelling musician, born on the Gold Coast. He has been singing, playing the ukulele and drumming all his life. Whether it is just with him and the baritone ukulele, or backed by a slick and charismatic band, Bobby is known for his signature smooth hammock music and high vibes. Inspired by his Polynesian heritage and following a strong family lineage of performers, he writes songs of love, life and travel.
Support act – Braydon Poacher, solo singer/songwriter and Bond University Bachelor of Laws and Journalism student.
Braydon has been playing guitar for around 11 years, and has been performing at various venues and functions for over six years. He has featured in TV advertisements, had original music broadcast on radio, and performed for Molly Meldrum at a charity event in 2013, which he cites as his fondest musical memory. In 2015, he released his first full-length studio album, entitled Prologue, consisting of original tracks and covers. He is currently working on a follow-up. Braydon’s musical influences include John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Michael Jackson and John Butler.
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3:00pm Braydon Poacher
3:45pm Bobby Alu & The Palm Royale
Sunday 2nd April 2017
Free, all ages.
There are two bars serving drinks and snacks, along with The Artful Barista retro coffee van.
Wet weather: venue change info will be posted on the Live at Bond Facebook page.
Sharon Solyma, Manager Pathways & Partnerships on 0420 859 350.