SYDNEY-BASED musician Darrell Bryson says every Fijian musician living abroad always look forward to coming back home and perform here.
He believes the All Back Home initiative provides a good platform where local and international musicians can blend and share ideas with the hope of taking Fiji's music industry to another level.
"The name ABH in itself is different and a very good label," Bryson said.
"A label that every Fijian living abroad looks forward to, coming back home and that's the truth.
"I think it's an acknowledgement to many musicians and for us it is a very special moment to get this chance again to play with our fellow Fijian musicians."
Bryson said the Sydney Fijian Musicians Association was proud to be part of the event to raise funds for the St Giles Psychiatric Hospital.
He added the event was definitely one to look forward to.
"It will be good to see musicians with guitars and ukulele singing yet again. We are all looking forward to the event which will definitely be a big musical event."
The ABH event kicks off tomorrow night at the Royal Suva Yacht Club where the artists will provide entertainment for the after match function for the Flying Fijians and the Italians.