Pete Denahy will perform at Evandale to raise funds for the local fire brigade

MUSICAL AFFAIR: In the eyes of musician Adam Paech, third officer Jacinta Sinclair, firefighter Nick Evans, leading firefighter Danni Shaw, and firefighter Isaac Taylor. Picture: Paul Scambler

MUSICAL AFFAIR: In the eyes of musician Adam Paech, third officer Jacinta Sinclair, firefighter Nick Evans, leading firefighter Danni Shaw, and firefighter Isaac Taylor. Picture: Paul Scambler

Musical and comedic talent will be on show at Evandale’s Prince of Wales Hotel on Friday evening for a fundraiser supporting the village’s volunteer fire brigade. 

The event will be local musician Adam Paech’s first gig as he opens for Pete Denahy, a comedian and bluegrass musician.  

It is the second time Denahy, of Victoria, has been involved in a fundraiser for the volunteer brigade. 

Evandale Fire Brigade lead firefighter Danni Shaw said last time Denahy performed at Evandale everyone asked him to return and as a result there has been a “fair bit” of interest in the event. 

The last event raised most of the funds required to buy a defibrillator for the station.

Denahy said volunteer emergency services were vital for the community. 

“We all know in Australia how much they rely on the fire brigade, it’s always a good time to raise funds for them,” he said.

The event starts at 6.30pm. Tickets are available by calling  0427 556 915 and cost $25, with children under 12 free. Meals available for $10. 

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