Albany’s Joel Jackson and Kris Nelson will be bringing their original work to the stage of Six Degrees on Sunday. Jackson is an Albany-born actor and musician, and Nelson is a multi-award winning Indie folk songwriter. Jackson’s career has seen him play with the likes of Birds of Tokyo and Ian Moss and perform on stage and screen, winning an AACTA award along the way. Jackson and Nelson will share the bill from 5pm with the show wrapping up about 8.30pm. “My set will be a whole brand-new set,” Jackson said. “I’ve played three sold-out shows at Six Degrees in the last two years and it’s been the greatest joy of my life to do those shows because they are unlike anything else. “They are incredibly personable, I share stories I don’t normally get to share at other shows.” Jackson said this show would be almost entirely original work. “It’s going to be all originals which no one has ever heard before which is incredibly exciting,” he said. “I’ve been playing and writing since I was 16, so some of them go back 15 years and some of them are as recent as last week. “My hope is to be able to give songs and stories that are pertinent to the now, that reflect people’s experiences and also enable us to reflect on who we may have been and the lessons we may have learnt.” Nelson will also be showcasing new music which he has been working on for a few years and is planning on releasing in the near future. “I’ve just been finding the exact sound I wanted, which hasn’t changed that much, to be honest,” he said. “Once I put upright bass, piano and drums to it, I think that’s going to be pretty much my sound — I just like those instruments and they seem to make sense together.” Nelson said the show would be a more laid-back atmosphere where the two artists would share their own work. “It will be something a bit different,” he said. “It’s good to have a different angle every now and then.” Tickets are available from Eventbrite or at the door.