With a stripped back, dynamic approach to an acoustic set, musician Clancy Pye put on a performance that was the perfect complement to a night out at Jack Duggans last Saturday night.
Performing a set full of classic soft rock and adult contemporary classics, with a few country numbers thrown in, Pye delivered the tunes with a gorgeous voice full of feeling and passion.
In addition, Pye built an incredible rapport with the crowd, with plenty of people clapping along to the music and populating the dance floor with their best moves.
It’s fantastic to see so many people engaged in the talents of live musicians, as they put so much effort into providing entertainment for venues.
It’s like that saying goes, you fit $10,000 worth of music equipment into a $1,000 car to travel to a venue and play a $100 gig, so it’s fantastic to see that appreciation every now and then from an appreciative audience.
Being the sister of Mickey Pye, an Oberon native and one of Australia’s most recognisable country rock acts, it is clear that impressive musical talent runs in the family.
Clancy’s certainly a talented musician in her own right, and her musical prowess has seen her perform some well received gigs in Bathurst, Orange and Tamworth.
– Heaven (Bryan Adams)
– Flame Trees (Cold Chisel)
– Friends in Low Places (Garth Brooks)
– Jeans On (David Dundas)
– Mr Jones (Counting Crows)