Jerome Williams will lead the charge of young performers at the Uki’s Church of Music this Saturday.
Jerome Williams will lead the charge of young performers at the Uki’s Church of Music this Saturday.

Holy young people!

The Holy Trinity Church in Uki is not only where God lives (when he's not at the Vatican) but also in recent years it's where great music often hangs out.

Ukitopia Arts Collective's Songwriters on the Songlines has been holding its gigs there and the first Songlines for this year is a Young Musicians Night this Saturday, February 4, from 7pm.

There'll be four of the area's finest young performers featured.

Jerome Williams is the headline act and he'll be supported by Poppii Gee, Indigo Collins-Cook and Kalyani.

Jerome has been described by jazz musician Wayne Jones as "a unique, amazingly talented, emerging musician, one that will definitely be known worldwide….." That's a big call and well deserved.

He's been influenced by John Butler, Newton Falkner, Andy McKee and has a bit of Rodrigo y Gabriella about him. It's melodic, percussive, funky roots…with a touch of jazz.

Doors open at 7pm, with chai and refreshments available during the intermission. The congregation for the evening will be welcomed by Reverend John Tyman. Tickets are $15/10 from the Uki Café. Or at the door if there's any left.


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