COUNTRY and Western singer Adam Brand is in Mount Isa to promote the Salvation Army’s Christmas Appeal.
Brand will be at the Mount Isa Civic Centre lawn from 6.30pm on Monday night, where he will play a few songs as part of a community sausage sizzle.
On social media he posted on Monday he was doing “fun stuff” with the Salvation Army in Mount Isa.
“Gonna visit some kids in the outback,” Brand posted on Monday morning.
Facebook user Susan Wood responded to his status by saying; “this just proves how down to earth you really are. How many country artists would spend their time with outback kids? Keep up the great work.”
On Monday evening attendees can meet Brand, have their photo taken with him and take part in the free sausage sizzle.
Mount Isa Salvation Army officer Lieutenant Brad Whittle said the country music singer will be supporting the Flying Chaplains.
They will deliver gifts, encouragement and a message of hope to Camooweal State School, Lieutenant Whittle said.