Clarence Valley Independent

Grafton comes together for One Acoustic Night

The McClymonts at the Saraton Theatre. Image: Marissa Newman

Marissa Newman|

This year The McClymonts returned to their hometown of Grafton with their ‘One Acoustic Night’ live concert. The McClymonts have firmly planted themselves as one of Australia’s most loved and successful country bands.

The McClymonts took over the Saraton Theatre on Thursday October 31. The nearly sold out show was the first time the sisters have performed in Grafton in over three years. The acoustic format of the show allowed for the amazing sibling harmonies of Brooke, Sam and Mollie to shine.

The show was opened with a 20-minute set by Blake O’Connor. Blake is this years Toyota Star Maker winner. He is a singer songwriter guitarist. In July 2019 Blake released his debut album ‘Everything I Feel’. This album had a fantastic response reaching number one on the ARIA Australian Country Music Charts.

After a short break The McClymonts then took to the stage. The harmonies of the siblings were perfect all night. The girls put on a great show where they shared memories of living in Grafton as well as stories from their lives.

They performed a range of their number one hits including ‘House’ and ‘Wrapped Up Good’ as well as heartfelt ballads including ‘Forever Begins Tonight’ and ‘Don’t Wish It All Away’.

The show was very well received by all in attendance and it was amazing to see the girls live in concert. Fans also had a chance to meet The McClymonts after the show.

Share this post


Now you’re here …

… the Independent would like to ask for your support. The community is reading our paper more than ever and embracing the content we produce, but advertising revenues across the media as a whole, are falling. Unlike other news organizations we do not charge for our publication – so, to keep our community connected and deliver the local news to your door we would like to ask for your help..... to keep the Independent bringing you all the local community news takes a lot of time, hard work and people power, But we do it because we believe our presence matters – who else tells it how it is, where it is, and what it is.

If you like our journalism, if you like the community news, if you like our sports coverage we would love it if you could help fund it, our future may depend on it. For as little as $5, you can support the Independent – Thank you.



Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar