DRUM ROLL: Neville Jess and Steve Clark.
DRUM ROLL: Neville Jess and Steve Clark.

Artists in tribute to First War

STANTHORPE'S Little Theatre will play host to a musical concert of a different sort tomorrow night, with the debut of an original and creative two-man show.

The concert, entitled "Ghostflyers", contains a number of war-inspired songs as well as a variety of other music, performed by talented Warwick artist and musician Steve Clark and Mt Colliery drummer Neville Jess.

Ghostflyers is named after Steve's first album and was chosen for its war theme in recognition of 100 years since the First World War.

"We will be playing a number of songs pertaining to World War 1 and flight themes," Steve said.

"We'll be talking about the bravery of the pilots and projecting original footage on to a large screen behind the drum kits."

"While the show will be a bit of fun, it also has a serious side," Neville said. "The lyrics and atmosphere within each song are carefully crafted - the film clips also add drama to each piece."

Doors open at 7pm, with the Ghostflyers show starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are available at the door for $15 each, which includes refreshments during interval.

Alternatively, seats can be reserved by phoning 0413 353 398.



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