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Good Rockin' Xmas Party


Sat 5 Dec 2015, 7:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Corrimal RSL Club, 168 Princes Hwy, Corrimal, Illawarra

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: bluesonstage

Wollongong Blues Club presents Mike Elrington (VIC), Sydney’s Jim Finn Band plus special guest the legendary Dave Tice in a four-hour, blues, yuletide major event. Elrington is constantly on tour and is renown as a solo performer but is equally comfortable in a band setting. Mike will be mixing it up with FINN & Mr Tice during the course of the evening which we are sure will produce many musical highlights.

In March 2005, Mike completed his first tour of the United States where he headlined a sold-out show at Biscuits & Blues in San Francisco (Twice voted No.1 Blues Club in America by the W/C. Handy Foundation) and was also fortunate enough to perform at a wide range of venues all over the country including The 930 Blues Café in Jackson, Mississippi and Buddy Guy’s Legends in Chicago where he performed live on stage with Shirley King (Daughter of Blues Legend BB King).

Since it’s release, “Too Good to be True” has played a big part in helping Mike to establish his name in the Aussie independent blues scene, tour the country multiple times as well as complete two self-managed & self-funded national tours of the United States. He also released another 4 albums independently and is showing no signs of slowing down.

With many years as one of the hardest working artists in Australia (averaging 120 shows per year), multiple tours of the USA, and releasing 5 albums along the way, this man is only just getting started in his lifelong journey of music.

“One of the most exciting acts to come out of Australia in many years
Ed Ivey, Blues Revue Magazine, San Francisco, USA.

“This dude’s big booming voice shooting out some awesome blues was enough to give you goosebumps while watching him work the guitar like an absolute master. He got carried away right into the music and so did everyone watching, feet stamping and heads violently bobbing up and down to the rhythm.”

Espy live review by Jules Innocenzi @ music