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The Kinkster shocks and charms

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Kinky Friedman as part of his Bi-Polar tour treated the Mullum Music Festival to some wonderful stories and a little Texan country madness. Meanwhile Gotye thrilled the crowd with a fabulous mashup of  60s/70s legendary Kinks, Cream, JJ Cale, Beatles grooves.

Piano Accordions seem to be de rigueur this year and Kalascima left the audience begging for more.

 ~ Photos Jeff Dawson

 


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One response to “The Kinkster shocks and charms”

  1. Jon says:

    What happened to Kinky Friedman’s original group ‘The Texas Jewboys’? Did political correctness determine a name change?

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