THE Whiteshillbillies, a local Bluegrass Country and Rock and Roll band will bring their brand of happy country music to Stroud this Saturday, November 11.

Raising money for the newly established Sunflowers Suicide Support, they will perform 'unplugged' at Stroud Farmers market between 11am and 1pm.

Many band members hail from Randwick, where the tragic loss of Peter Morris in October 2016 had such an effect on the community. They hope their efforts will assist the charity in his honour.

The Whitehillbillies will follow up with their 'Live and Dangerous' set at the adjacent Ale House in the evening starting at 8.30pm.

The gig looks to be a triumphant return to the Ale House after a great reception earlier in the year.