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Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

Mellow, rich and acoustic at CASP supported concerts


In pictures: The Wildflowers Sat 20 May, Cowra. Jon Wilby and Andy Nelson Sun 21 May, Millthorpe.

It was double the music and double the CASP funded projects over the weekend with the launch of The Wildflowers’ new album in Cowra (Andy Baylor and Lucy Lehmann) on Saturday and the first of the Acoustic Sunday sessions for the year in Milnthorpe (Andy Nelson and Jon Wilby).

Our intrepid media associate Zenio Lapka captured these images – he described both events as very ‘mellow’ music that the full house crowds enjoyed.
Don’t miss the next acoustic sunday on 18 June with Great Aunt.
The feedback was lovely:

I was at The Wildflowers launch in the beautiful, cosy, rooms at the heritage Cowra Railway Station – it was a fantastic evening. Modest arts grants help individuals and their communities achieve such good things. – Sami, on Facebook

It was a wonderful weekend of music. We went to The Wildflowers album launch in Cowra – it was so beautiful!
Followed up with our own season launch on Sunday. Andy & Jon were brilliant! We had a wonderful full house of music lovers. It just doesn’t get any better than that! What amazing things these CASP grants are achieving. So grateful for the support. – Acoustic Sunday on facebook

CASP is the Country Arts Support Program, small grants from the NSW Government managed locally in the NSW Central West by Arts OutWest. Read more about this year’s funded projects across the region.