Alice Sea re­turns to Air­lie

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

AIR­LIE Beach has wel­comed back New Zealand duo Alice Sea, who will con­tinue per­form­ing in the re­gion this week­end.

Com­prised of Alice Foote and Aaron Saxon from Mount Maun­ganui, NZ, Alice Sea has been play­ing at Paddy’s Shenani­gans for the past two nights and will con­tinue its tour this week­end, which in­cludes ses­sions at An­chor Bar.

The duo, which play jazz, reg­gae and funk, per­formed in the Whit­sun­days in June, but are now back – much to the de­light of Paddy’s Shenani­gans en­ter­tain­ment man­ager Trevor Green.

“She [Alice] is amaz­ing. She plays 20-odd in­stru­ments and Aaron is re­ally good as well,” he said.

“They play half orig­i­nals, half cov­ers with plenty of reg­gae and funk stuff.”

The per­for­mance is set to in­clude the sounds of didge- ri­doo, slide gui­tar, tin whis­tle and flute to name a few in­stru­ments, as well as sooth­ing vo­cals.

“We en­gage re­ally well with the crowd and ev­ery time Alice picks up a dif­fer­ent in­stru­ment peo­ple are blown away by what hap­pens next,” Aaron Saxon said.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the band visit its Face­book page at www.face­book.com/ al­ice­sea­mu­sic.

UNIQUE SOUND: New Zealand duo Alice Sea are play­ing at Paddy's Shenani­gans and An­chor Bar this week.

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