Good afternoon music lovers. It's time to get your ears and eyes around this. Our pals at The Porch Sessions have been working on something pretty darn exciting and we are here to premiere it for you. Introducing, part one of The Road Trip Sessions.
Specifically designed for the online realm, The Road Trip Sessions are a creative collision of talent in the music, film and photo biz. Seeking out hidden beaches and forests, and pitching teepees amongst trees and rocky backdrops, the team behind The Road Trip Sessions will be bringing the sweet sounds of acoustic artists to some of South Australia's most beautiful settings; showcasing our glorious state, scenery and home-grown musical talent.
Now I'm sure you're thinking this all sounds pretty delightful? Well, I'm here to let you know it gets even better. Season one of The Road Trip Sessions will be a four part series, each filmed at diverse locations, showcasing different artists. Co-producer of the sessions, Sharni Honor says, "Our primary goal is to find the perfect counterpoint on film of brilliant music, expertly crafted local food and wine and some of the most ridiculously stunning landscapes tucked in the intricate corners of our state." After watching part one, I'm sure you would agree this is the perfect way to do just that.
Featuring local talent Ollie English, wine from Hither & Yon and and cheese from Woodside cheese wrights, this is one little diddy that you just want to be a part of.
So Ladies and gents, without further ado we bring you Part One of The Road Trip Sessions. Enjoy.
Brought to you by the Awesome Foundation Adelaide, the Porchy team, Pink Sun Productions, Tash McCammon, Tom Soldan and Oliver Dowie David Resce.
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