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Those who caught the Blind Creek Rhythm and Blues Review at the Healesville Music Festival will want to go along to the Grand Hotel on Sunday 12 February.
And even those who didn’t will still want to go along.
Formerly known as Engine Room, Blind Creek is a solid five piece blues band fronted by Richie Langford on guitar and vocals, Alan Gibson on saxophone, flute and vocals, and Aaron Burton on vocals and guitar, along with the solid rhythm section of Jono ‘DeBassist’ Zwart on backing vocals and bass, and Paul Spears on drums.
Their music has been described as “rockin’ blues and a damn good racket – a mix of swing and boogie that’ll get ya feet tappin’ and ya mojo workin’.”
The band was a huge hit at the Healesville Music Festival and the Grand gig is sure to build on their growing following.
The Blind Creek Rhythm and Blues Review will be on the balcony at the Grand Hotel on Sunday 12 February at 3pm.
Tickets are $10 and are on sale now at the venue.
For more information visit www.blindcreek.info.

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