Pumping out the coolest blues and Celtic magic, The Shinkickers has been an ongoing project of Gerry Quigley and Terry Pugh for almost 20 years. Beyond their obvious musical talents, they are also a really great bunch of buy viagra without prescription pharmacy online guys!
'Powerful', 'dynamic' and 'spine-tingling' are just a few of the superlatives that come to mind when you have just experienced one of their gigs.
Over the years the band has grown, as has its fan base. The guys could play in a shed in the Gibson Desert and they'd still get their dedicated family of fans and followers out there with them, such is the musical calibre of this band!
The line-up features: Pete Romano on vocals, guitar and harmonica; Gerry Quigley on guitar (including a 1968 Les Paul gold top fondly called No.1), mandolin, Dobro and buy viagra from india a double neck one-of-a-kind mandola/bouzouki; Terry Pugh on a range of keyboards including a Hammond organ, piano, synthesizer and piano accordion; Leroy Cleaver on drum; and last but by no means least, bass/double bass player, Hans Deberitz.
The Shinkickers will take you on a musical journey - a magical mystery tour for sure. One that will make you want to go back for more: time and time again.
The Shickers are supported by Andrew Morgan (8pm) and The Nomadic Druids (10pm).
On Saturday 2 August, musicians the cialis prescription drug stores yasmin world over will be celebrating International Blues Music Day. Here in Perth, the Perth Blues Club is waving the flag with an afternoon gig in the Defectors' Bar of the Flying Scotsman Hotel in Mount Lawley. The music will kick off at 2pm and features Rick Steele with a host of guest 'pickers and sliders' in what has been described as a "programmed jam". Guests include Pete Romano, Dave Gillam and Steve Garde, John Rando and the Zuchinni Bros, Cathy Earle, Fiona Heath and viagra twice others all taking part in this worldwide event. Come along and support your local bluesicians and your local club.
Entrance is just $10 for a great afternoon of Blues.
Back in August 2011 an online petition was launched advocating for the establishment of an International Blues Music Day. Within a few months, the petition-group was joined by thousands of members from around the world, comprising blues enthusiasts, musicians, celebrities, and promoters. After reaching 10,000 members, a formula for an annual date to celebrate IBMD was established as the first Saturday in August of each year with the inaugural celebration set to take place on August 3, 2013. The initiative was the genuine cialis no prescription brainchild of world renown blues musician Johnny Childs who also stars in the film The Junkman's Son and serves as the President of the NYC Blues Society. The IBMD organization and the NYC Blues Society are the lead nonprofit organizations charged with planning, promoting and producing this annual celebration.
International Blues Music Day brings together communities, schools, artists, historians, academics, and blues enthusiasts all over the world to celebrate and learn about blues and its roots, future and buy viagra caverta impact; raise awareness of the need for intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding; and reinforce international cooperation and communication. Each year on the first Saturday of August, this internationally practiced art form is recognized for promoting peace, dialogue among cultures, diversity, and respect for human rights and human dignity, eradicating discrimination, promoting freedom of expression, fostering gender equality, and reinforcing the role of youth for social change.
Cliff Lynton's Under the Influence show is brand new and ready and waiting to be shared with an appreciative audience. It focuses on artists that have had a particularly influence on him.
The night will feature new songs from well-known guitarists the likes of Billy Gibbons, Eric Clapton, Gary Moore, Carlos Santana, Ritchie Blackmore, Robben Ford, Roy Buchanan, Jeff Beck, Elliot Randall and Larry Carlton.
Cliff explains: "Over the years I have been very fortunate to meet some of these artists personally, their contribution to music has paved the purchase cialis online way for many new up-and-coming and viagra samples online aspiring guitar players. It's these diverse and unique playing styles that will make it a fun journey to explore for this new show.
"Joining me on this journey are some very good friends: Bill Blissett on keys, Ric Eastman on drums and Bob Hawker on bass."
Cliff has toured extensively throughout Australia, UK and Europe, and among many overseas gigs he has had the privilege of performing at the legendary Ronnie Scott's club in London and recording at Pye Studios; where Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Jimmy Page, Chuck Berry and The Who recorded.
Some of the master guitarist's plaudits include being guitar clinician for Fender, Gibson, Paul Reed Smith, Ibanez, Boss and TC Electronics.
Cliff will be supported by Dom Zurzolo (8pm) and Bag of Snakes (10pm)