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The Gold Coast’s fiery gypsy and reggae singer, Felicity Lawless, sweeps into Sphinx Rock Café on Sunday February 9 to perform her musical delights.

She will be joined by legendary guitarist Scott French (A French Butler Called Smith and Taylor) for an afternoon of musical mastery and songs of the soul.

Lawless fuses world music elements with reggae and soul, delivered with guitar virtuosity and soaring vocal melodies. Her performance at last year’s Nimbin Mardi Grass whipped the audience into a dancing frenzy and her 2013 release Rainspeak was met with rave reviews and landed her shows at many major Gold Coast festivals.

Felicity Lawless-Press-PhotoHer intimate shows are an uplifting journey of the heart and are beautifully complemented by Scott French’s breathtaking skill and sensitivity.

It promises to be a magical afternoon from 2pm at Sphinx Rock Café. Not to be missed.

 

 

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


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