Little Night In’s big sounds

Bega Valley band CABEC comprises (from left) Cellestine Janiola, Abbee Hausfeld-Suffern and Buddy Gottaas, will play at the next Little Night In. WITH an open mic blackboard and two bands lined up, the next Little Night In will have a feast of music for your ears.

The event takes place on April 11 from 6.30pm at Quaama Hall.

It will start with a blackboard concert where anybody can get up and play a few songs, followed by local trio CABEC and headlined by Wollongong-based indie-alternate rock band The Franco-Prussians.

As always, the night will be emceed by Rhys “The Trickster” Davies of Bega, fresh from his recent shows at the Australian Street Entertainment Championships in Surfers Paradise.

The Franco-Prussians list their influences as Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys, Tame Impala and The Beatles.

They started off as a Beatles cover band in early 2014, and have since moved on to playing gigs around Sydney and Wollongong, including playing support for British India.

The acoustic band CABEC comprises of Abbee Hausfeld-Suffern on piano and vocals, Cellestine Janiola on vocals and violin and Buddy Gottaas on guitar.

The group formed at Bega High School during their music class and this will be their sixth show, playing covers and originals.

This is the fifth Little Night In, which first began in a small house in Cobargo last year.

Previously organised by Cobargo musician Connor Ross, the baton has been passed to Buddy Gottaas.

Buddy said organising his first night was “sort of scary, I guess”.

“I hope that it all goes well though,” he said.

Around 80 people attended the last Little Night In in January and Buddy was hoping for similar numbers on April 11.

The open mic goes from 7pm and the bands will start at 8pm.

There is a $5 entry charge and there will be food and drinks available.

It is an alcohol and drug-free event.


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