The boy from Raymond Island setting out on 3-month national tour
Gippslanders will be able to see home-grown talent MATTHEW BENTLEY perform, when he stops in the region during his three-month, five-state tour that begins in Western Australia on October 4.
The 20 year old singer-songwriter from Raymond Island has been busy writing new songs this year to take to the recording studio, then on the road to live audiences in 35 towns. Matthew is keen to point his touring van westward and take has talent and infectious love of life to his quickly expanding national fan base.
After shows in towns like Bunbury, Albany and Fremantle, Matthew will stop in Adelaide before hitting The Workers Club in Melbourne, some Murray River towns, Torquay and Aireys Inlet on Victoria's surf coast, and a few close to home: Nowa Nowa, Lakes Entrance, Paynesville, Maffra, Traralgon, Mirboo North, Warragul, Noojee and Inverloch.