The Metro Hotel will be firing as Bundy Young Guns hit the two stages to collaborate and entertain on Saturday night.
Bundy Young Guns is made up of Tahnee Rose, Peter Sajko, Chris Dingley, Braydon Symes, Matthew Munro and Tahli Thomas. All musicians have their own style and perform a mix of covers and original music.
Playing a range of rock and contemporary music, Peter said he was looking forward to being on the stage with other emerging artists at Bundy Young Guns.
“I’ve been playing guitar now for about three years, and performing for the last two,” Peter said.
“There will be a wide range of music on the night, and I will play a little bit of ACDC, and Trains’ Drops of Jupiter, along with four originals.
“To have an opportunity like this is great, I am really thankful for the support.”
Steven said it was hard to choose just six talented young artists to take part in Bundy Young Guns, as the region was full of some amazing singers and songwriters.
“Narrowing it down to just six performers was a challenge as we have so many fine artists in Bundaberg,” Steven said.
“We even had to cap the age at under 21, to help.”
Steven said there would be a mix of songs performed, and it would be a great night out for the community as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
“The performance this weekend was supposed to be bigger than this, but because of COVID-19 and everything that has happened this year we had to come up with something else,” he said.
“That’s when we decide to help out those who have struggled the most.
“The Met has been struggling to return to normal live music because of the size and the restrictions, but now as they have eased we can have more people and the performers will be spread over two stages.”
Bundy Young Guns will perform at The Metro Hotel on Saturday at 4pm; to find out more click here.
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