Musical launch party

Inaugaral Whyalla Recording Scholarship winner Breeze Millard returns to the steel city for the launch of the 2019 WRS winners' singles.
Inaugaral Whyalla Recording Scholarship winner Breeze Millard returns to the steel city for the launch of the 2019 WRS winners' singles.

Inaugural Whyalla Recording Scholarship winner Breeze Millard returns to Whyalla this Easter to help celebrate the launch of the 2019 Winner's singles at the "WRS Launch Party".

Joining Breeze to perform at the event will be singer-songwriter JJ Payne who is making great waves with her original music in Adelaide, talented pianist Joshua Paton, and Whyalla's own Alison Hams.

The main highlight of the evening will be the celebration of Liberty Tuohy, Shakira Lea and Jaylee Daniels' Debut Original Singles which have already achieved great airplay and chart success worldwide since debuting online on February 24.

Jaylee hit Number 7 on both the iTunes and AMRAP charts with "Papa's Song", Shakira Lea's "I Miss You" reached number 18 on iTunes and was voted 'Song Of The Week' on the OzCountry Downunder Radio show and Liberty Tuohy's "Time Stays The Same" has reached Number 4 on Triple J Unearthed.

The "WRS Launch Party" hosted by Stormfront Productions is free to the public, with special guest Mayor Clare McLaughlin in attendance.

The event runs from 6pm until 7:30pm on Easter Monday April 22nd at the Saint James Hall on Ryan Avenue.

Free entertainment, drinks and nibbles - and autographed WRS winners' CDs available for purchase on the night. For more information visit whyallarecording.com