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Mr Grunwald can’t get enough of the blues

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Ash Grunwald, Soundlounge Friday, Star Court Saturday

It seems Ash just can’t get enough of doing what he does best and loves, touring the countryside and playing his soulful beats to his many legions of fans and you’ll be pleased to hear the Grunwald juggernaut will be continuing to roll on right into summer.

It’s not enough that he has already amassed a staggering 38 shows on his most successful tour to date promoting Trouble’s Door, Ash Grunwald will be performing a couple of gigs along the east coast, stopping by Currumbin and Lismore before returning to where he kicked it all off on his national tour; revisiting WA before wrapping it all up with a trip back home to NSW and then, last but not least, travelling down south to Vic! Throw in a few festivals along the way (Vic & Tas) and support for The Living End on their Retrospective Tour (QLD shows only) and Ash is proving to be one unstoppable muso, much to the delight of his followers.

In addition, Triple J have also just announced Ash’s Live At The Wireless recording (recorded at the Metro, Sydney June 23) is scheduled to go to air tomorrow on Sarah Howells Roots ‘N’ All program at 10.00pm (EST) – be sure to tune into this special, live event!

And the good times just keep on rollin’ – see Ash with special guest Mr Cassidy at the Currumbin Soundlounge on Friday and the Star Court Theatre Lismore on Saturday,

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