LUCINDALE is continuing its campaign to bring the Triple J One Night Stand to town.
Last Friday morning ABC Radio broadcasted live from the Lucindale Area School in a mini music event.
Local singer/songwriter Ruby Charlotte, who made it into the top 20 of the Triple J Unearthed High competition earlier this year, performed with her band as well as acoustic artist Mark Delfabro.
Guitar teacher Jamie Boyington shared his interesting story and Lucindale Lions Club president David Brooker told of his world travels for the exciting speed shear competitions.
Organiser Kate Rayner said "Friday Live" was about proving Lucindale's live music credentials.
"We want to show that as a community we are able to push live music," she said.
Even if Lucindale is not lucky enough to be chosen to host next year's Triple J event, Ms Rayner said a live music festival was still on the agenda.
"Realistically I think it might be a bit of a close call next year. It may not be a possibility because two years ago it was held in SA.
"However, we wish to get something here in the way of live music every year at the SE Field Days site.
"It's still a case of 'watch this space'."