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Bohos’ freestyle adventure with lush steel and slide

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Since the Dinkum Bohos’ inaugural gig in 2008 supporting psychedelic luminaries Gong at Coorabell Hall, Byron Bay, Vasudha Harte and Jem Edwards have combined forces to create a sound that is diverse and intimately their own – sassy blue-world tango, gypsy punk-jazz-rock-rap-folk, mojo. Dinkum Bohos in a saucy sonic tryst.

dinkum-bohosMusician, songstress and poet Vasudha freestyles with her adventurous velvet voice. Heart melting ballads and beautiful melodies collide with rollicking stories and political raps.

Guitar whisperer Jem plays stunt steel string, lush slide and effortlessly cascades on Spanish guitar, conveying mind-blowing musical mastery and playing his own brand of sensitive and idiosyncratic drums. The pair continually swap instruments, swing moods and throw in dazzling four handers on piano.

This funky fun pair will play from 1pm at the Sphinx Rock Cafe, Mt Burrell  this Sunday September 15.

 

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


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