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Lachy Doley – No Key Left Unbroken Tour

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Thu 5 Mar 2020, 7:30pm–11:55pm

Where: HOTA, Home of the Arts, 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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After 3 months touring major festivals in Europe, Uk, Canada and the USA, Lachy Doley is finally on home soil to announce his new Aussie tour and brand new single "No Key Left Unbroken". A song inspired by the much dreamed of but sometimes soul consuming world of international touring, never compromising your show and performing every city, every night like your life depends on it.

Do not check out this band if you’re after a great jazz organ trio playing some groovy tunes. This is not the band for you…but If you want to be spellbound, mesmerised, amazed and most of all entertained by an epic power Hammond trio then you’ll want to see this guy play.

Hailed around the world as the Jimi Hendrix of the Hammond Organ and Whammy Clavinet, his extremely unique brand of Blues Soul Rock Funk has exploded Facebook and Youtube. In fact a live performance of his unlikely blues tune "Stop Listening to The Blues" has just hit 4.8 million Facebook views with many more of his videos hot on its tail.

"Makes you feel good the way he plays that Clavinet." - Bootsy Collins (James Brown, Parliament, Funkadelic)

"The greatest living keyboard player in the world today." - Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Country Communion)