6:00pm, Saturday 18 June 2022



7:00 PM – Jerikye Williams (Queanbeyan)

8:00 PM – We Mavericks (Wollongong)

9:00 PM – Angus Murray (Southern Highlands)

100% Home-Grown Concert Promo

Highland FM’s 100% Home-Grown showcase shines a light on local musicians who are featured as part of our Artist of the Month initiative. 

From woozy indigenous rock to feminist post-punk, there’s plenty of great new 100% Home-Grown music to love in 2022

Presented by: Highland FM 107.1 – MusicNSWSouthern Tablelands ArtsSouthern Highland News

This great line up of original talent from the region includes:

JERIKYE WILLIAMS – Artist of the Month – June

Jerikye Williams – Dreaming My Life Away


Jerikye Williams is a Wiradjuri man, born in Cowra and living in Queanbeyan on Ngambri/Ngunnawal land. Jerikye is said to have been born with a guitar in his hand and a great love for 1950’s and 60’s rock’n roll.

At 20, he embodies the spirit of great artists with effortless musicianship and charisma. A natural showman, he lights up any stage, whether performing classics or his own original songs.

Jerikye has been playing live shows in his local region since the end of his high school years originally performing solo or with his aunty Maria Williams’ backing guitar and harmony vocals and since with other well-known artists.

This indigenous rocker prowls the stage with mega-bravado. His swagger, chord progressions and blistering guitar reflect the 1960’s rock revolution.

Jerikye Williams goes far deeper than teenage impulses by tracing a path from rock ‘n’ roll to jazz, to blues, to the music of pre-colonial Australia and the vibrant musical traditions they carried.

Truly an entertaining and enthralling performer that crosses all age groups and genres.

WE MAVERICKS – Artist of the Month – April

We Mavericks-Loose Screw


The trans-tasman powerhouse duo who pack punches but bring songs to heal your scars. Featuring only a foot-stomping Kiwi girl and an Australian country boy, their music is more than the sum of its parts.

Lindsay Martin’s masterful strings and vocals meet Victoria Vigenser’s magnificent voice, in driving rhythms and a connection you have to hear to believe. With echoes of soulful Americana and Celtic roots in their gritty, evocative material, it’s award-winning musicianship wrapped in a trademark tightness.

Nominated “Best Folk Artist” in the 2022 Aotearoa (NZ) Music Awards, nominated Australian Folk Music Awards “Artists of the Year, Best Duo/Group/Ensemble” 2021 and recipients of the 2020 Troubadour Foundation Award, they’re making a bold mark in both home countries. Now with the duo’s debut “Grief’s a Gardener”, they bring connected and grounding original songs in the sort of show that will leave your tank topped up.

ANGUS MURRAY – Artist of the Month – May

Angus Murray-A Song For You


Angus Murray has built a solid reputation as an accomplished singer, songwriter and acoustic styled musician.

Born in the Southern Highlands of NSW into a family of musicians who nurtured and supported his passion for music and influenced him to embrace the joy of playing and entertaining. The 24 year old has been performing since the age of 7 at weddings, festivals, pubs, clubs and other events.

Angus has many influences; and draws inspiration from artists across all genres including Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Rock, Blues, and Soul. He is committed to constantly growing and evolving as an artist and gets a thrill from offering fans new and exciting material with each release.

Angus has shared the stage with well known artists such as Diesel, Daryl Braithwaite, Margaret Urlich, John Waters, Leo Sayer, Darren Percival, Mahalia Barnes, John Paul Young, 19 Twenty, Kevin Johnson. Shannon Noll and many more.

TICKETS ARE $25 PER PERSON (plus booking fee)

Doors 6pm.
Show only or meal and show tickets available online via Moshtix.

Purchase tickets for tables seating groups of 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10, or single tickets with seating at bar tables. Meals available to order until 8.00pm.
Tickets may also be purchased at the door.

Ticket sales are in support of the performing artists.