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Granite Sky at The Waves this weekend

Granite Sky at The Waves this weekend
Granite Sky at The Waves this weekend

Introducing Granite Sky to Bundy’s bustling live music scene, you can catch the boys live at The Waves on Saturday night.

Playing a huge variety of tunes ranging from all your favourites to funky dance turns and classic rock and roll, Granite Sky has something for everyone and is sure to entertain.

A four piece band, Granite Sky are Dean on Drums & Vocals, Mat on Lead Guitar and Vocals and Seb on Bass and Leo on Keys

Mat said the band’s aim is to have a high energy show that focuses on entertaining first and foremost.

“If you're not having a great time then we are doing it wrong,” Mat said

The boys are also hoping to continue travelling and take their brand of entertainment further afield.

As individuals, the bands musical inspiration come from many different places, but one thing they all agree on is their love of Aussie Rock with it being an being an influence the boys all have in common along with funk, and 80s.

The band said that they won't be limited by their influences, and are seasoned musicians who want to entertain, have a good time and be memorable.

As for originals, collectively the band have had plenty of studio time in the past writing songs but their focus initially is all about the punters, and putting on a great show.

When planning your live music weekend Granite Sky at The Waves on the 4th of Jan should be on your list, you won’t be disappointed!

For more information about the boys and where you can find them next make sure you check out Granite Sky’s Facebook page or their website and don’t’ forget to let your fingers do the walking over the to the Bundy Gig Guide Facebook page for all your live music info.

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