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Hoodoo Gurus Add Tumbleweed To Dig It Up Sydney, New Christs To Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere on March 20, 2013

in Live,News

The Hoodoo Gurus ‘Dig It Up has added Wollongong’s own Tumbleweed to next month’s line-up.

Hoodoo Gurus - Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Hoodoo Gurus - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The Tumbleweed line-up will feature all five original members, the same that brought you ‘Sundial’, ‘Hang Around’ and ‘Stoned’ in the psychedelic 90s.

Geelong’s ‘Frowning Clouds’ will also perform for Dig It Up Sydney.

Melbourne will be treated to Rob Younger’s The New Christs, The Crusaders and Harry Howard (Crime & The City Solution, These Immortal Souls).

However, Dig It Up is not just about serious music business. There will also be funny business. Did you know that Hard-Ons bass player Ray Ahn is also a comedian? Ray doesn’t tell jokes, he tells stories and he will be storytelling in Sydney.

Bruce Griffith runs the Aberrant record label. There has to be a few gags in that job. He’ll be telling them for Dig It Up Sydney as well.

Melbourne will feature Melbourne’s own Dave O’Neil.

Dig It Up dates are:

April 21st: Sydney, Enmore Theatre & surrounds: Tumbleweed, Kim Salmon & Leanne Cowie, The Frowning Clouds, Ray Ahn, Bruce Griffith and Ahmed Zub join: Blue Oyster Cult, Flamin’ Groovies, Buzzocks, The Stems, Peter Case Band, Lime Spiders, The Crusaders, The Laurels, Super Wild Horses, Mother & Son, Bloods plus guests DJ’s, visuals from the Sounds Of Seduction, more comedy, more bands – four venues all on Enmore Rd. Enmore and all within a few minutes walk of each other. All days passouts. No fear of sunburn here! Tickets on sale now from ticketek.com.au, feelpresents.com, or in person at the Venue Box Office and Ticketek.

April 25th (Anzac Day) Melbourne, Palace Theatre & surrounds: The New Christs, Kim Salmon & Leanne Cowie, The Crusaders, Harry Howard, Dave O’Neil & Bob Franklin join: Blue Oyster Cult, Flamin’ Groovies, Buzzocks, The Stems, Peter Case Band, The Moodists, Ron S. Peno & The Superstitions, The Straight Arrows, Super Wild Horses, Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk, Bored Nothing plus guests DJ’s; more comedy; more bands – four stage across three venues all within a few minutes walk of each other. All days passouts. No fear of sunburn here! Tickets on sale now from ticketek.com.au, feelpresents.com, oztix.com.au, phone 132 849 or in person at Ticketek and Oztix outlets (including Greville & Polyester Records)

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