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Blind Willie Wagtail play a mix of music ranging from Australiana to blues and rockabilly.

Some rarely played songs, including I’ve been everywhere and the national anthem, will be heard alongside Elvis and Chuck Berry. Pete will hand out the lyrics to those who would like to sing along.

Blind Willie have toured with and supported many international and nationally successful acts. Scrubby Pete on vocals and various guitars won NCEIA best blues song in 2008, while Dirk Dubois plays with influential blues/rock band Chain.

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Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide

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