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Eamon Dilworth's Crawfish Po'boys

When
Sat Apr 25th, 2020
Where
Freida Margolis,
Auckland

Doors open
6:00pm
Gig starts
7:30pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$10
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Celebrating Crawfish Fiesta tour Eamon Dilworth returns to Auckland with the Crawfish Po’Boys for a night of feel good coming together inspired by the crescent city.
It’s a fun sing along all inclusive affair bound to leave you smiling a little bigger than when you walked in.

They’ll rollick through New Orleans songbook from Preservation Hall to Dr John whilst presenting their own songs inspired by their travels. It’s a fun sing along all inclusive affair bound to leave you smiling a little bigger than when you walked in.

Dilworth is well-known as a formidable trumpeter on the Sydney jazz scene, and also performs, records and/or arranges music in a multitude of other genres. He is a full -time member of Ed Kuepper/The Aints, Tijuana cartel & Low Down Riders and previously Caravana Sun & Hot Potato Band. He has released three acclaimed jazz albums as bandleader/composer for The Dilworths, Tiny Hearts and Viata. He has also performed with Ásgeir, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy and Nigel Kennedy among others.

The band is currently on tour around Australia & NZ in support of their latest offering “Crawfish Fiesta”

Featuring – Eamon Dilworth – Trumpet/Vocals, Billy Ward – Saxophone, Wil Sargisson – Organ, Andy Keegan– Drums

Music from 7:30pm

Links
eamondilworth.com
spoti.fi/34EQzvh
youtu.be/bIcSAERWz70
Tags
blues, jazz, soul/funk

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