The Old Church on the Hill will play host to a trio of shows in January.
Globe trotter troubadour Carus Thompson has toured the world alongside household names in Australian music such as The John Butler Trio, The Waifs and Pete Murray.
He has sold more than 30,000 albums in his career and is set to play at The Old Church on the Hill for the first time next Saturday.
An independent artist, Thompson has built a loyal fan base who have followed his journey through six studio albums and two live albums.
Thompson is an energetic and passionate live performer and is making a name for himself as one of Australia's favourite acoustic artists.
Opening for Thompson will be Castlemaine resident Luke Watt.
Doors open at 7pm for a 7:30pm start with a door charge of $15.
On the following weekend, The Havea Brothers are back in Bendigo after their debut at the 2019 Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival.
Living thousands of kilometres apart hasn't stopped the duo from playing together.
Joel and David use their multicultural upbringing and globetrotting in their music, which draws upon a variety of styles, including soul, blues, roots and reggae.
Their own percussive acoustic touch and emphasis on harmony and groove reflects their Polynesian roots.
Their January 18 performance at The Old Church on the Hill will be their final show together in Australia this year, so don't miss it.
Supporting the brothers will be up and coming folk artist Sherri Parry.
Playing open mics and small gigs in central Victoria when she was just 12 years old, the now 21-year-old has gained recognition for her talent, winning awards for her songwriting and performance skills.
The show starts at 8pm on Saturday, 18 January, with a door charge of $15.
The January slate at The Old Church on the Hill rounds out with a performance from The Ocelots, supported by Mariah McCarthy on January 31.
The Blues Tram is back this month with Matt Katsis and Jess Parker and The Troubled Waters performing in the iconic mobile concert space.
Departing Central Deborah Gold Mine at 2pm on Saturday, January 11, the two and a half hour performance featuring all things blues is sure to impress.
Tickets to the Blues Tram are available for $39 at bendigoregion.com.au