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Propellers-smlThe Propellers return to the Billinudgel Hotel this Friday for another feast of soul searing, hip grinding blues.

This band comes on like a freight train to pacify your weary mind and get you moving.

Featuring Lez Karski (Bondi Cigars), Pete C (Soulshakers), John Proud (Drums) and Belle Hendrik (Rogue Gene) bass and vocals, who has just returned from the Goulburn Blues Festival where her band was nominated for a Chain Award.

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

The band will get you jumping like it’s 1949.

See them at the Billi this Friday from 8pm.

 

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

 


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