City-living musicians will return to their home towns of Narooma and Bermagui, not only to perform, but to educate and engage with the next generation.
Big White, Greenwave Beth, Poison Abbey, Stella McMahon (Cobargo) and Nick Griffith will put on a huge show at the Murrah Hall on Saturday, November 16.
Narooma will welcome back Emma Russack and Cody Munro Moore plus Lachlan Denton, Chelsy Atkins and Jack Wotton for a night of music at the Kinema on December 14.
Solo singer/songwriter Cody Munro Moore said it's a special feeling to return home and share the music.
"Being in the city, I put a lot of onus on where I come from," he said.
"It means a lot to be able to go back, and to get recognition from the local community when you have been representing them around the world."
The Hometowns tour is all about bringing artists who have been living in the city back to their roots.
More than twenty acts will perform across ten music venues in NSW.
After spending years away from home expanding the minds with music, Emma and Cody can't wait to enlighten and inspire the younger generation.
"(Growing up in a rural town) I have always taken it as an advantage; you come to the city with ideas created outside that environment - you get a real good perspective, and make a good mark on the core of your artistry."
Supported by Create NSW, Spunk Records and Dinosaur City Records the month-long program, 'Hometowns', will travel the coast from Bellingen, Avalon to Bermagui out to Cooma and Wagga.
The Narooma show is also searching for a local band to perform on the night, email firstname.lastname@example.org
To purchase tickets, visit hometownstour.eventbrite.com.
For more information on the tour, check out the website, hometownstour.com