Stewart Barton – Free live music Sunday session
Sunday 5 December 2021, 12pm to 3pm – FREE event
Stewart Barton will continue our series of FREE Sunday afternoon music sessions at the Cellar Door courtyard on Sunday 4 December. A young and upcoming Country Rocks sensation, Stewart has now performed on many stages such as the Country Rocks Festival in Bungendore 2021, The Multicultural Festival 2019 in the ACT, Performing the National Anthem for the opening of the PBR in Queanbeyan, Country Rocks Under The Stars Braidwood, Opening for Brad Cox at the Country Rocks the Capital, and performing beside and supporting Drew McAlister, along with many pub performances. Stewart has become a very charismatic performer delivering a high energy and entertaining show.
After developing his skills from this experience, Stewart was invited to sign with Country Rocks Records and start his recording career. He then released his debut single “Your Are Beautiful’ music produced by Matt Fell at Love Hez studios in Sydney and vocals with Gordon Wood at Gordon’s Studios in Queanbeyan. The track brings a Country Rock sound like no other, combining a modern Nashville Country Sound with an old school Aussie Pub rock feel, together with an edgy Country Rock mix. Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson said “He’s got an easy style and a natural likability about him which will serve him well. This Stew appears to be cooking very nicely”
This event is part of our We Love Local festival of music, celebrating as many local musicians as we can, being out of lockdown, and just because we can!
Pizza will be available on each Sunday we host a live music event. Note the cheese and meat platter with matched wines will NOT be available on live music days.
This is a FREE event but you need to book in advance to secure your table. Bookings to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0434 041 915, with the number of guests and time you wish to book.
All attendees must be fully vaccinated and have a copy of their covid vaccination certificate with them to gain entry.Back to listing