The legendary Tony J King returns to Bendigo, performing two sets at Hustler from 4pm-6pm, with an extra special opener, local jazz duo Jade Byrd performing at 3pm.
Great original live tunes, the best burgers, the most diverse range of crafties; all at Hustler’s sensational central location on the boardwalk of The Bendigo Bank Centre… 25 High Street Bendigo!
More about Tony J King:
With a few stories, an old guitar and kick drum, Tony J King creates the music of a journeyman with roots in the street-corner blues and urban folk of yesteryear. With influences ranging from James Elroy, Edgar Allen Poe, Homer, Kerouak and Joseph Conrad, King delivers slow-burnin street-corner blues, low-fi urban myths, half-truths and dark gospel in quirky musical tales honed from a pre-occupation with the unusual, the exotic and the downright bizarre.
Slow-burnin, low-fi street-corner blues, urban myths, half-truths, dark gospel and random fascinations are represented in quirky musical tales honed from a pre-occupation with the unusual, the exotic and the downright bizarre.
More about JadeByrd:
Sit back and seductively sip your champagne whilst having your senses ravished by JadeByrds decadent and delicious blues and soulful and sophisticated jazz.
JadeByrd evokes a yearning for a bygone era where gambling and bootleg liquor were a la mode.
JadeByrd’s divine harmonies and obvious connectedness will make you blush, make you cry, make you fall in love with the stranger across the room.
Rebirthing songs by the likes of Memphis Minnie, Ettta James, Nina Simone and Ella Fitzgerald and more…
So put on your fur coat, feather stole, beaded gown and dapper suit. Twill your handlebar moustache, pop on your fedora and be enveloped by JadeByrd’s bewitching and captivating tunes.