Last 15 Minutes Of Fame for the year at St Brigid's Hall, Crossley

Melissa Bowman and Trevor McKenzie from Lost In Suburbia will perform at the final 15 Minutes Of Fame concert of the year at St Brigid's Hall.

Melissa Bowman and Trevor McKenzie from Lost In Suburbia will perform at the final 15 Minutes Of Fame concert of the year at St Brigid's Hall.

THE final 15 Minutes Of Fame concert for the year takes place at St Brigid’s Hall in Crossley on Friday night. 

A typically varied mix of performers and musical styles will be showcased at the session, which gives musicians young and old 15 minutes to strut their stuff in front of a receptive audience.

Friday’s show features south-west folk-bluegrass quartet The Teacher’s Pets, father-daughter duo Pete & Ruby McKenna, Warrnambool singer-songwriter Don Cowling, and classical pianist Martin Sullivan.

Also on the bill are regular collaborators Russ Goodear & Michael Schack, singer Lisa Moloney (with Don Cowling on guitar), jazz combo In Full Swing, and Lost In Suburbia members Melissa Bowman & Trevor McKenzie.

The concert kicks off at 7.30pm but the hall is open for seating and dinner from 6.30pm.

St Brigid’s Hall is also hosting a pre-New Year’s Eve gig on December 30 featuring The Black Belts and Marianne Navon. 

Navon plays a mix of “grassroots blues and country” and the new-look Black Belts are promising some “high-octane R&B”.

The Black Belts, which features Richard Crawley, Barry Galbraith, Graeme Galbraith and Phil Jones, are also supporting punk-rockers The Rumjacks when they play at The Loft in Warrnambool on December 15.

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