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Diamonds and The Blues – Transport Take Over

When:

Sat 14 Mar 2020, 4:00pm–7:00pm
Sun 15 Mar 2020, 4:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Transport Public Bar, Ground Level, Transport Hotel, Cnr Flinders & Swanston Streets, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: ladyfoxperforms

Juke joint jumping and hip gyrating rhythms from Melbournes sexiest Blues Duo in a one night only Transport Bar take over.

Diamonds and the Blues have been making a name for themselves over the last 3 years charming audiences from Queenscliff's Blues Train, the Blues on Broadbeach festival to Melbourne's Butterfly Club & Adelaide Fringe Festival. Forever edging towards, that sweet spot, where vintage Jazz & Blues meet.

Lady Fox brings her enchanting cabaret style jazz vocals coupled with the hard hitting blues guitar stylings of Diddy Reyes. The duo's sound has been developing and growing since 2016 with multiple Jazz and Blues festival appearances and headline tours throughout Australia. Being described as a Potent cocktail of Jazz Vocals and Blues accompaniment, their shows explore classic sounds with obscure moments and original gems.

While they are well known for getting raucous in Theatre settings with their songs written for some of Australia's most notorious Burlesque performers, their sound also holds the attention of a more delicate audience. Those with a real desire to hear some of the most honest pre war Jazz and Blues vocals and guitar will be more than pleased. Think Billie Holiday, Etta James, Nina Simone, Bessie Smith singing to the players like Robert Johnson, Elmore James, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters and you may be getting the idea.

Hearing this duo is like going back in time and finding the sounds of all those old records in a Modern day venue.

Now appearing for the first time at the Transport on Federation Square, this show is a must see!

And be sure to stick around for the all female full band show later in the evening, a Transport takeover!