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The Propellers serve searing Blues, Chicago heat and West Coast swing

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The Propellers are a local band made up of some of the finest musos in the area.

Featuring Peter C, lead vocalist and guitarist from the Soulshakers; Lez Karski, who has been the unique soul/blues guitar and vocal style of bands such as The Foreday Riders, Hippos, Bondi Cigars, and Nervous Investors; and Belle Hendrik (The Rogue Gene) whose voice has been described as ‘Chili Chocolate Caramel with Bite’ will also be rocking it on the bass; and guest drummer Lenny Reilly from Bourbon Street.

The-PropellersTo add that something special, the band welcomes back Andy Thompson on saxophone, fresh from his recent successful Australian tour with Moving Pictures.

The Propellers serve up a smoking dish of soul searing, hip grinding Blues rocked with a dash of Memphis, a fistful of Chicago heat, and a saucy West Coast swing.

If  you like the blues of Jimmy Reed, Koko Taylor, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, and the Soul of Etta James then you’re gonna love The Propellers.

The Rails Hotel in Byron Bay Saturday November 2.

 

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

 

 

 


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