Good blues for Christmas

17/10/2018 Posted by admin

Dom Turner and Supro will headline the Wollongong Blues Club concert at Corrimal RSL on December 13.
Nanjing Night Net

BLUES fans are in for a Christmas treat when Wollongong Blues Club presents its free show at Corrimal RSL this Saturday.

The Christmas show, from 7pm to midnight on December 13, features Dom Turner and Supro, PJ O’Brien Band and Guy Munro and the Freeman Brothers.

As well as some blistering blues, Santa will show up and there will be raffles, a Christmas dinner and festivities. All are welcome.

Headline act Dom Turner and Supro have been described as “a mixture of three-parts blues, two-parts surf rock, a heavy spoonful of dub laced with a splash of Tabasco-spiced New Orleans funk, all blended with a helping of Tex-Mex jalapenos, salt, reverb and voices from the dead and traditionally served with your choice of ice cold beer”.

Turner and Supro have rocked audiences at numerous festivals, including the East Coast Blues Festival and the Australian Blues Festival.

Australian blues sensation PJ O’Brien has won plenty of awards including best new talent, song of the year and group of the year at the Chain Australian Blues Awards.

His band features legendary bass player Al Britton (Bondi Cigars) and Dave Fester (Glen Cardier and the Sideshow).

Guy Munro and the Freeman Brothers are a Sydney four-piece blues/funk outfit combining tight rhythms and fat grooves.

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