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Harry Healy has spent the last 15 years paying tribute to the gods of music, trekking far and wide, playing countless shows in venues up and down the east coast and occasionally making the odd international venture.

Having lent his time, his trusty guitar and songwriting skills to a number of bands over the years, he now relies strongly on his dominant sense of originality through his use of instrument and voice to incorporate his modern take on all things rock, blues, roots, folk and soul.

Harry plays the Suffolk Park Hotel on New Years Eve from 9pm.

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


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