THIRROUL teen Will Haynes will take to the stage in Wollongong next month, performing his recently-released album ‘changing’, where the audience will also be treated to fresh tracks from this exciting young local talent.
Will’s album, launched last November, has been streamed in more than 40 countries and already amassed more than 8,000 streams on Spotify.
See story: Talented Thirroul teen to launch his first album.
The album has also garnered the attention of established artists including grent perez and Budjerah.
The Smiths Hill High School student will be joined on stage by a curated selection of the Illawarra’s finest musicians, giving local music-lovers the opportunity to witness the beginnings of what will undoubtedly be a stellar career.
Will’s music is an unapologetic blend, ripe with avante-guard nuances and innovation that blurs the lines between bedroom pop and R&B.
The all-ages concert will be held at Wollongong Youth Services 85 Burelli Street Wollongong on Friday March 3 from 8pm. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.com.au
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