MANY things have changed in the last 50 years, but one thing that has remained constant is Roy and Relle's love of music.
The music duo, real names Roy and Narelle Turner, have been performing music in Bathurst together in some capacity for half a century.
They started out as bandmates in 1969 when Mrs Turner joined The Wanderers to play keyboards, and have now been married for 22 years.
"We've been in a band one way or another ever since," Mrs Turner said.
Their performing past includes time playing with Mr Turner's father, but since 1980 they have played under the banner of Roy and Relle.
It's hard to narrow their musical style down to one genre, as they've dabbled in bush dance music, wedding music and new vogue.
In addition to paid gigs, Roy and Relle also performed voluntarily at a range of events for organisations such as Glenray and Ronald McDonald House.
Some may think it would be challenging to always share the stage and a hobby with your spouse, but this duo wouldn't have it any other way.
"We're really lucky because not many people have the opportunity to be married [and perform]," Mrs Turner said.
"We have the pleasure of being married and enjoying our hobby together."
They both agreed that the secrets to a long partnership on stage are understanding, compromise and friendship.
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Roy and Relle will have a show at Bathurst RSL Club on April 14 between 2pm and 6pm.
They are looking forward to celebrating their long career together and with members of the community.