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Eddie Boyd and The Phatapillars

When:

Fri 4 Oct 2013, 9:30pm–11:30pm

Where: The Coffs Hotel, Corner Pacific Highway and West High Street, Coffs Harbour, Coffs Harbour Area

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Eddie Boyd and The Phatapillars are a dirty blues and roots 3 piece who live together in a small cocoon. With a youthful energy and a strong stage presence this dynamic trio delivers a sound which is steeped in the blues but laced with a hard edge. They have been described as a “dirty John Butler Trio”, a “dirty Jack Johnson”, and “a dirty bunch of fella’s”. Needless to say they are pretty dirty.

Exploding onto the Australian blues n’ roots scene in 2012 with the help of the Bluesfest busking competition, Eddie Boyd and the Phatapillars have since played alongside many well renowned Australian acts such as Chase the Sun, Marshall O’Kell, and King Farook.

Over the past year, the Blue Mountains-bred trio has gigged extensively throughout Sydney and surrounds, making some serious noise in the underground scene. Their music is grungy, raw, and melodic, and their performance powerful and captivating.

With big plans for the future Eddie Boyd and the Phatapillars are an act to look out for.
“From the very first bar the room was alive with raw energy streaming from the hearts of these men on stage”- Jaime Black (MoshPress).