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Luke Escombe

When:

Wed 20 Feb 2013, 8:00pm–9:15pm

Where: The Depot, 20 Bowen St, Adelaide, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: MrEscombe

Chronical is a spectacular night of music, comedy and alternative health created by "Sydney's sexiest man voice" Luke Escombe and award-winning guitarist/composer Aaron Flower.

Starting life at the 2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival before selling out rooms at the Edinburgh, Sydney and Adelaide Fringes, Luke Escombe’s one-man show “Chronic” was a testament to the healing power of music and humour in the face of adversity. It's rocking tunes about chronic health issues like terrorism, sex addiction, climate change and iphone worship led him to a spot on ABC TV, 2 gigs at Parliament House, a hit single and music video and a nomination for Victoria’s prestigious Green Room Award.

For the 2012 Sydney Fringe, Escombe teamed up with award-winning guitarist Aaron Flower to present a spectacular symphonic version of Chronic at Notes Live, featuring Luke’s 5-piece touring band “The Corporation” together with dazzling string ensemble “The Noise”.

Writing for the Sydney Morning Herald, John Shand gave the sold out show a glittering 4 and a half star review, describing it as a "mash of rock concert, cabaret, stand-up comedy and multimedia extravaganza, with strings".