Live music will return to Murray Bridge Library this weekend for a second season of Sunday Sessions, starting with a visiting musician with a national profile.
Chooka Parker was a finalist on TV show Australia's Got Talent as a 16-year-old in 2011, having wowed audiences with his improvised piano compositions and down-to-earth rural vibes.
He has since recorded and released three albums and performed at venues including Etihad Stadium and the Sydney Opera House.
From 2-3pm this Sunday he will find himself in the more intimate surrounds of the library's central cafe space.
He will be followed on October 14 by Holly and Mark Bettcher, a couple already well known at Murray Bridge's Christian Family Centre.
Guitarist Jordan Holmes, formerly of the band Escape From Yesterday, will perform solo on November 11.
Alice Springs ex-pat Dan the Man, AKA Dan Ecennaro, will wind up the spring series when he visits on December 9.
All performances will be at 2pm; entry is free.
- More information: library.murraybridge.sa.gov.au or 8539 1175.