Young singer/songwriter Grace Moloney, 17, will make her debut on the 15 Minutes of Fame stage at Crossley Hall on Friday.
The year 11 student from The Sisters is planning to play two cover songs and two of her own compositions Tears and Home.
"I had to write them for my VET music class," Moloney said.
"One of the songs (Tears) is a bit more personal.
"I mostly play guitar, but I also play piano. I mostly compose my songs on the guitar."
Moloney is a seasoned performer, regularly hitting the stage for charity events around Terang and Mortlake, including shows at Music Homestead.
"I was in year seven when I started playing in front of people," she said.
Playing music is a way to process feelings for Moloney.
"It is really fun, it gets you happy," she said.
"I do write some darker songs, but when you write a song you can then forget about (the emotion)."
The 15 Minutes of Fame show is on at the Crossley Hall, with doors opening at 6.00pm.
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