Blue Shaddy bring good vibes
The last time Wheatbelt blues band Blue Shaddy were in Geraldton, they had everyone at this year’s Nukara Music Festival stomping their feet late into the night.
The rocking four-piece will bring their infectious energy back to Geraldton on Saturday with a one-off show at The Geraldton Hotel.
Born and bred in Kellerberrin, Blue Shaddy’s musical path was inevitable, with brothers Jim and Graham “Belly” McClelland trading guitar and harmonica licks for hours on end. With Jim’s wife, Sandy, jumping onboard on bass guitar and vocals, Blue Shaddy have an undeniable chemistry that is captivating to watch.
After a 15-year hiatus, drummer Dean Wuksta has returned to the band, having formed part of the original Blue Shaddy line-up for 10 years.
Geraldton rhythm and blues duo Cooky & the Toadman will kick off the night at 8.30pm.
Tickets are $20 and can be bought at trybooking.com.
Blues, country and roots band Blue Shaddy will bring their foot-stomping, high-energy sound to The Geraldton Hotel on Saturday.