Rodney Vincent will perform in Echuca in December and The Riv has a double pass to give away.November 28, 2012 11:22am
Well-known performer Rodney Vincent will entertain crowds with his array of music at Echuca Workers and Services Club on December 5 and you can be there.
It’s a Wonderful Time of the Year is Vincent’s latest release and started out as a bit of Christmas fun.
Over the years Vincent has sung many Christmas songs and also wrote a couple as well.
His career in the Australian entertainment scene is no accident.
It is the result of a long, hard apprenticeship which he says ‘‘started a while a go’’.
From his first engagement playing guitar in an old time dance band at his local hall, to New Faces where he got his first big break, Vincent has survived the highs and the lows of the industry.
On of the songs on the new CD Rodney can really relate to is Driving Home for Christmas as he spends many months of the year touring on the road and away from his family.
The song is one of 14 on the CD.
You have the chance to be at the performance on December 5, with a double pass to give away.
To enter, email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries close Monday at 4pm.
Winners will be notified by phone.
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