Live Music at Nine

GOOD FRIDAY - Harrison Hoven

Friday 2nd April
6.00pm-9.00pm

Harrison is an avid performer whose influences range from Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars to Cold Chisel and Crowded House. He has a folk/pop sound and is a friendly, easygoing performer whose aim is to make people enjoy themselves while listening to his music. Regularly described as able to ‘start a conversation with anyone’ it’s no wonder he can captivate an audience with his songs. Singing at venues regularly around the Central Coast such as restaurants, pubs, markets and festivals, Harrisons love for music has only grown with age.

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Easter Saturday - Kava Malt Duo

Saturday 3rd April
6.00pm-9.00pm

With the combination of Island inspiration and Maltese magic the unique musical talents of Irene Taylor and Anthony Borg come together to create 'KavaMalt'.
This talented duo have been enthralling audiences both overseas and in and around the Sydney area and now the Central Coast.
Their musical backgrounds, as both solo recording artists/lyricists and band members, have only enhanced their creativity and capabilities in this arena. Kavamalt's music is varied and versatile and covers most music genres.
So... feel the ambience, and enjoy the music of Kavamalt.

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Easter Sunday - Nathan Cole

Sunday 4th April
**5.30pm-8.30pm**

Nathan first picked up an instrument at 16 years of age after receiving a Yamaha electric guitar as a birthday present. "It felt so comfortable to play & I have been hooked on music ever since." Nathan continued to develop his playing skills, jamming out in the bedroom many nights and picking up guitar lessons along the way from various teachers. "Being passionate about music I have was always considered ways to pursue it as a full time occupation" so when a close friend approached Nathan to join a band he was forming in 2003, he jumped on the opportunity. Developing their playing skills and writing songs along the way, Seraphs song styles ranged from heavy distorted guitars and bass driven songs to soft melodic vocally driven pieces. Although Seraph didn't work out for the long term, the three years experience playing shows, rehearsing and songwriting with three other talented musicians gave Nathan a solid musical foundation and a better understanding of what direction he wanted to head with his music. 

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