Guitar-driven fun


Billy Neal and Lez Karsky are at Murphy’s Irish Pub on Sunday.
Billy Neal and Lez Karsky are at Murphy’s Irish Pub on Sunday.

They will perform in Mandurah this Sunday.

Billy Neal is an international blues singer and sax player from Perth who tours Europe every year for three months and is a regular feature at the Chicago All Souls Festival.

He also performs with English violinist Nigel Kennedy and worked for four years with late guitar legend Jarek Smietana.

Neal has performed for Princess Diana and Princess Anne and at venues such as the Savoy, the Cafe Royal and Hammersmith Palais.

His new album, Keep a Light On, is out next month.

Lez Karski, a founder member of Bondi Cigars, is a top blues and soul player with a hint of country.

Songs range from Hippo classics through Bondi Cigars and Foreday Rider to bands The Donkeys and Nervous Investors.

The music is guitar-driven dancing fun including selected tunes from the likes of Willie Dixon, Eric Bibb, Anne Peebles, Magic Sam, Robert Cray, Chris Cain, Hendrix and Cream.