WITH blistering Spanish guitar, a voice conceived one tequila-filled night in Guadalajara, sweetly shredding fiddle and luscious harmonies, Black Rabbit George is storming on to the Australian folk-blues scene.
Lead singer/songwriter Paul George, appearing at the Ravenswood Hotel on December 3, has many years experience as half of party band Tijuana Cartel and his songs cross genres from folk, flamenco, blues and country to dark ballads and dancy laments.
He will be joined by fiddler Phoebe Corke while Duncan Strachan does his thing on bass and Adam Felton shows his drumming mastery.
Also on stage will be Mossy Fogg, whose genre can be described as folksy, hip-hop, rock ’n’ roll, rhythm and blues acoustic action, with his voice sawing through a spectrum of Jeff Buckley-ish to Tom Waits-ish.
Fogg has supported Glenn Shorrock, Wendy Matthews, Eskimo Joe and Mental as Anything.
WHAT: Black Rabbit George.
WHERE: Ravenswood Hotel.
WHEN: Sunday, December 3, 1pm, free entry.