The Highwaymen Tribute Show will bring some country-rock vibes to the South West later this month.
From 8pm on Friday, March 15, the ensemble will delight audiences at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre.
The production pays tribute to the 'Highwaymen Live' at Nasau Coliseum, back in 1990.
Performing 28 songs from the original concert as well as 40+ classics, the group will honour some of country's biggest names including Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson.
Over the past seven years, the tribute act has performed to audiences in metropolitan and regional areas across Australia.
The show features Canadian-born musician and producer Dail Platz performing alongside Graeme Jensen, Gary Tynan, Dallas Southam, and Laurie Keating.
Platz performed across North America before moving down under.
He has produced and performed in numerous shows including The Grand Ole' Opry Tribute, Johnny Cash Tribute with The Tennessee Two, The Alan Jackson Tribute Show, and The Willie Nelson Tribute Show.
The Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre will soon host one of Australia's most influential musicians, Ian Moss.
The Cold Chisel icon will perform his solo hits at BREC on Saturday, March 9.
March 19 will see international pianist Oxana Shevchenko deliver a one-hour open workshop for local piano students.
For more information or to book tickets, head to bunburyentertainment.com, call 1300 661 272, or visit the Box Office.