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March 1, 2021

The Boys will Rock the Sphinx

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Between them the Pepper Boys have ‘too many decades and too many stories of performing and recording the music that kept us all sane!’ The band that was founded around the recording of Don’t take the music away by Vic Florey. They take great pleasure in exploring the live and studio possibilities of some great songwriters.

A Pepper Boys gig brings together a wealth of songwriting and performing experience; the Pepper Boys bring their unique blend of folk, rock, reggae and jazz with a dash of protest and lashings of fun as they perform their stories of the past, present and surprisingly, future.

The Sphinx welcomes them back on a sunny spring arvo, this Sunday.


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