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Centre Stage presents An Evening of Original Music

Saturday 29 May
8:00PM - 10:00PM
Resident, Families, Youth, Senior, Adult
Tickets - $20
Centre Stage

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Join us for an evening of original music performed by the very best of South Australia's talent with Samantha Edge, Susan Lily, Ravie with Toni & Shireen and featuring LilyMay.

Samantha Edge
Adelaide born Samantha Edge is a singer, songwriter and pianist who writes and performs emotionally driven music. She has released four CDs to date, two of which, ‘What you wanted’ (2011) and ‘Moments’ (2016) are filled with original heartfelt stories.

Susan Lily
Take a girl from outback NSW, add in a dash of stand-up comedy and mix it with music and you have music artist Susan Lily. A collaboration in 2016 saw Susan and duet partner, Darren Scott, reach the top 20 of a popular USA Independent new country artists’ top 40 chart. This single remained in the chart for 22 weeks and was the only Aussie single in it for most of that time. Her last 6 singles have all charted in the national Country Songs top 40, with 2 of these reaching the number 1 spot on a UK radio chart as well.

Malaysian born Ravie has made singing his profession since 1993, emigrating to Adelaide in 2003 and forming the reggae band One Planet. One Planet was a huge success performing in hotels and clubs around South Australia and received a Nomination for the South Australian Music Awards (SAM) in 2017. One Planet released two albums, Reggae with Friends (2015) and Next Step (2020). In 2020 Ravie began to focus on his solo career along with the newly reformed Roadhouse band with Toni Clark and Shireen Khemlani and released an album, Never Too Late on 27 November 2020.

Toni Clark on Lead Guitar has been performing for 30 years with many bands such as LA Maid, Miss Molly as well being a successful session musician. Shireen Khemlani is one of Adelaide's most in-demand bassists, originally from Singapore she also performed in LA Maid, she has worked with many local and international artists and theatre shows, currently working on ‘The Wedding Singer’.

At just 14 years old LilyMay released her heartfelt and inspirational debut single ‘Keep Rising’. The single has received airplay on local radio and the video available on YouTube has gathered quite a following already.

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