Live music brings joy to Taylors Arm

Pleasing George with frontman George Wilson singing on the tables.

COFFS Harbour band Pleasing George and support act Dylan Wigley rocked The Pub With No Beer on Sunday 23 June, with residents and visitors from afar revelling in the quality of the local live music.

This iconic pub, a veritable music museum, is adorned with memorabilia from Slim Dusty and other country music legends, and its storied past still resonates throughout the building.

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Whether you’re a history buff, a music lover, or just in search of a memorable stop on your travels, the Pub with No Beer offers a welcoming atmosphere and a story that’s sure to captivate.

George Wilson, the charismatic frontman of Pleasing George, cherishes playing at this distinctive venue.

“What makes this place special isn’t just its location but the people you meet from all over Australia,” he shared.
“You’re always greeted with a friendly ‘g’day’ from the locals and the welcoming staff.

“There’s nothing better than seeing the crowd smiling and dancing, truly enjoying themselves.

“We played three sets, and the audience grew throughout the day.

“The locals love live music and are an absolute pleasure to perform for.

“A special shout-out to young Dylan Wigley for supporting the band, we had a blast,” concluded Wilson.

Dylan Wigley supported Pleasing George at the Sunday session.

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