Two men, two guitars, say no more

Two men, two guitars, too good!

Australia’s hottest slide guitarist, Adam Hole, is one of the country’s most exciting live acts on the circuit today.

With Adam giving a real and raw gutsy sound with foot stomping grooves the audience are captured straight away. His foot stomping, awesome slide guitar, driving and experimental rhythms have been wowing audiences all over Australia. He delivers songs with a powerful edge and an engaging stage chemistry that is captivating crowds from everywhere.

Mark Easton is a sick and twisted bluesman from the Gold Coast, He plays guitar bass drums harmonica and sings all at the same time!

Together they are Monster Guitars, a place where down home delta style rockout meets psychedelic power blues through slide guitar hyperdrive. This is exciting stuff – duelling guitars, scorching slide riffs and extended jam possibilities. They are both slide guitar masters – a two man project limited tour.

Nimbin Hotel – Friday


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