Music in the Park
7 March 2020
05:00pm - 08:00pm
Penistone Park, Greenwood
About Music in the Park
Music in the Park will return to local parks within the City of Joondalup in 2020.
On a warm summer evening, local parks in the City of Joondalup will come to life with the sound of families and friends enjoying live music, free children’s activities and delicious food from hand-picked food trucks. As the sun begins to set the stage will come alive with music spanning diverse genres, performed by talented musicians.
BYO picnic and children’s activities from 5.00pm. Concerts to commence at 5.30pm and conclude at 8.30pm.
Please note the Music in the Park concert series are smoke free events.
Saturday 7 March 2020 – Penistone Park, Greenwood
Odette Mercy and her Soul Atomics
Super tight, dynamic and with a reputation for one of the best live shows in Western Australia, six-piece soul act Odette Mercy and her Soul Atomics take their influence from the heavy soul sounds of the sixties.
The band has been no stranger to life’s lessons and heartbreak. Their experiences and reflections form the foundation of their writing featuring songs that are brutally honest but tell a personal story of love and life through soul-filled heavy groove.
This six-piece soul ensemble complete with guitar, rhythm section, horns and the instantly captivating vocal range of front woman Odette Mercy are sure to have audiences up and dancing.
The combined forces of two soulful, powerhouse vocalists, a word flow master and a world-class drummer make up the high energy band that is BlackTop. Comfortable on the stage, they have the distinct ability to connect to their audience, kickstart the dance floor to create an unforgettable performance.
With individual experience across multiple styles, BlackTop explore Rhythm and Blues (RnB), Soul and Funk with a repertoire spanning from Chaka Kahn and Stevie Wonder to Beyoncé and Bruno Mars. Paired with top quality musicians, this band will deliver smooth, soulful sounds guaranteed to have everyone singing and dancing along, all night long.
Siobhan Cotchin is a West Australian folk/pop singer songwriter and West Australian Academy of Performing Arts Student. Siobhan has a writing style akin to the effortless musing of Joni Mitchell, laced with inspiration drawn from Bob Dylan. Siobhan’s jangly luminous melodies hover over her lyrics, providing the essential pop writing element that has resulted in many song writing accolades.
Nominated for the West Australian Music Association (WAM) Song of the Year, Winner of Fairbridge and Nannup Music Festival’s – Emerging Artist Award, and song of the year with local youth radio station Pirate FM, Siobhan is an artist to watch.
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