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    Jimmy'z Juke Joint Presents THE CONTINENTAL BLUES PARTY

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    JIMMY'Z JUKE JOINT is a new venue inside the great old School Of Arts building in Richmond NSW.

    The first event is THE CONTINENTAL BLUES PARTY featuring CONTINENTAL ROBERT SUSZ and his AWESOME band of merry men including Adam Pringle on Guitar & Vocals, Rob Woolfe on Organ & Vocals, Alex Hewetson on Bass & Vocals and Matt Morrison on Drums & Vocals.

    Doors 6.30pm / Opening Act (TBC) 7 - 7.45PM / Continental Blues Party (Set 1) 8 - 9pm / Continental Blues Party (Set 2) 9.30 - 10.30pm

    Beer and a selection of alcoholic beverages will be available at Jimmy's Juke Joint - Strictly No BYO as this will negate the liquor licence. 

    Food options will be made available over the coming week.

    Its the Blues Baby!

    JG from Jimmy's Juke Joint.

    "Continental" Robert Susz is best known as the lead singer, harmonica player and songwriter for both 1980s touring Soul band "The Dynamic Hepnotics" and funky Blues combo "The Mighty Reapers". The Hepnotics had a National Smash Hit with his composition "Soul Kind Of Feeling". The Reapers released a half a dozen award winning albums in Australia and the USA & were the band of choice to back touring USA Blues and Soul greats including Big Jay McNeely, Margie Evans, Hubert Sumlin, Louisiana Red, Lucky Peterson recording albums with  powerhouse Soul singer Margie Evans & master blaster saxophonist Big Jay McNeely Robert's CONTINENTAL BLUES PARTY carries on this tradition of Good Rockin, Bar Room BLUES & Down Home SOUL & BOOGALOO, featuring an All Star Line-up of - Adam "Hit Single" Pringle guitar & vocals "The Hungry Woolf" Robert Woolf organ & vocals "Baby Hewey" Alex Hewetson bass & vocals Matt "The Rumble" Morrison drums & vocals  and "Continental Robert" singing, blowing harmonica and doing The Mash Potatoes and BoOgALoOin.Come and Get Some!!

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