The Adelaide Fringe will be coming to Port Pirie this year with a show that promises to bring your favourite classic tunes to life with the stunning vocal harmonies of a pair of siblings.
The Sherrahs' Classic Harmony Hits show will be coming to Port Pirie on March 12 and group member Steve Sherrah said attendees could expect classics from the Seekers, Eagles, Andrew Sisters, Alabama, The Everly Brothers and many, many more.
"What we've done is delve into the harmony songs that we have really enjoyed over the years ... and we bring our influence to it," Steve said.
"We weave a story throughout the concert, providing people some information about the songs while also telling people about our story as to how they relate to us."
The show, which will be held at the Keith Michell Theatre at the Northern Festival Centre also features a visual display which projects images that harken back to the old record covers and pieces tied to the songs.
The group originally met in Tamworth and is comprised of brother and sister Steven Sherrah and Michelle Sherrah as well as siblings Anthony Stewart and Tracy Stewart.
"We love getting out to the regions," Steve said.
"We always get good support from country folk. We have played at the NCMA Hall before in Port Pirie and have played at the Laura country music festival and we love getting out there."
The four vocalists will be supported by a drummer, fiddle player and piccolo player. The group is expecting a high energy show and said there was a strong desire for live music after a year hampered by COVID-19.
"We played a show in Victor Harbour last week which was our first show back in since February last year ... there was a hunger for music."