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With a combination a youthful exuberance and hard-earned experience, this amazing group of people will rock your socks and show you what a good time is really all about.

The three culprits involved in this musical assault comprise a gorgeous singer with the voice of an angel – that would be Sherridan (sometimes known as Blanket) – a guitar player with faster fingers than a Wall Street futures trader, Scotty Whatman (sometimes referred to as Spotty Whitebottom) and a drummer with more chops than your local butcher, Troy (‘the boy’). Troy likes to sing too but chooses not to because it interferes with his ability to write and read text messages while playing drums. Besides it’s hard to sing when you hold your drum sticks in your mouth.

The Accidents have a huge repertoire and cover all genres of music.. They perform classic songs and today’s Top 40 hits. Songs from Katy Perry, Pink, Potbeleez, Kings Of Leon, Kid Rock, Lady GaGa, John Mayer, Bruno Mars, and Rihanna to classics such as AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Hunters & Collectors, Transvision Vamp, Divinyls and Cold Chisel.

The Accidents is one heck of a night out. Sore feet and sore heads are guaranteed. So lock them in for your big night and then prepare yourself for the most fun you can have with your clothes on.

Hit the dance floor with The Accidents on New Years Eve at Club Banora from 8.30pm.

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

 


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