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The Flying Embers LIVE at WAMi Festival (YaYa's)

When:

Sat 9 Nov 2013, 3:15pm–3:45pm

Where: Ya-Ya's, 147 James Street, Northbridge, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: tobyfwalker23

As part of the West Australian Music Industry (WAMi) Festival
Saturday Spectaular, The Flying Embers will be playing at YaYa's inNorthbridge 3:20pm - 3:55pm.

The Flying Embers are a heavy alternative band who live in Albany and Denmark, Western Australia. They play a number of catchy songs in the progressive hard rock genre, with influences of metal and punk. The group have become popular with local punters, and are hoping to start a fanbase further afield.

They started when Scott Toner (bass and vocals), Ezra Vanmelle (keys and vocals), Sam Turton (drums) and Toby Walker (lead guitar) were studying Music at the Great Southern Institute of Technology. The four started jamming together, and soon formed their own unique style. They were joined shortly after by James Coe (rhythm guitar), with whom Scott had been jamming for a while.

Their first gigs were open mic nights at the White Star Hotel in Albany, where they quickly caught the attention of local gig organizer Geoff Scott. He arranged for them to have a string of further gigs (both headlining and supporting touring bands) at the White Star and more recently at Albany’s Premier Hotel. They have also played youth gigs at the Albany PCYC, Albany Senior High School and the Denmark Civic Centre.

While Scott Toner has written most of the songs so far, all the band members contribute to them and what the audience hears at a gig is a collaborative effort. The band has spent the last couple of months recording for their upcoming E.P release on the 30th of November.