TIME FOR SLICK MOVES

Mandurah Coastal Times - - REVUE ENTERTAINMENT -

THIS month’s free Hot Shore Shuf­fle con­cert show­cases the City Slick­ers, a new blue­grass ensem­ble that brings to­gether some of WA’s finest blue­grass and acous­tic coun­try mu­si­cians.

Fea­tur­ing Aus­tralia’s na­tional banjo cham­pion and multi-Golden Gui­tar win­ner Ian Simp­son (Slim Dus­try Band, Paul Kelly and the Stormwa­ter Boys) with Wayne Perry (Blue­grass Park­way) on vo­cals and gui­tar, Adam Gare (Paul Kelly’s Un­cle Bill, Nans­ing Quar­tet) on fid­dle and man­dolin and Peter Harper (Flash Jack, Mucky Duck Bush Band) on bass, the band brings to­gether a wealth of ex­pe­ri­ence in the blue­grass and coun­try gen­res plus fine har­mony singing.

There will also be a dance work­shop mid-per­for­mance to get the au­di­ence in­volved, as well as an Ox­fam craft stall.

Ian Simp­son and Wayne Perry from City Slick­ers.

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