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Lazy Eye To Tour All Over Australia

by Paul Cashmere on August 19, 2016

in Live,News

South Australian blues band Lazy Eye will tour their new album Pocket The Black across Australia in October.

‘Pocket The Black’ will be released by Only Blues Music on 16 September.

‘Pocket The Black’ has already just been awarded the 2016 Blues Album Of The Year by the Adelaide Roots & Blues Association, adding to Lazy Eyes’s growing collection of awards including 2013 South Australian Blues & Roots Best Blues Album for ‘Move Me’ and Best Blues Artist at the 2014 South Australian Music Awards as well as nominations for Song Of The Year for ‘Hole In My Pocket’ at the 2015 Australian Blues Music Awards and Most Popular Blues/Roots Artist in the 2016 South Australian Music Awards.

Lazy Eye is Evan Whetter on vocals, organ and harmonica, Erica Graf on guitar and backing vocals and Mario Marino on drums and backing vocals. Together as Lazy Eye they play their own style of Mississippi Delta, Chicago, Latin America and Africa via the Caribbean.


Thur Oct 13, Hume Blues Club, Melbourne, VIC
Fri Oct 14, Baha Taco, Rye, VIC
Sat Oct 15, Bruthen Inn Hotel, Bruthen, VIC
Sun Oct 16, Docklands Blues Music Festival, Docklands, VIC
Tue Oct 18, MBAS House Of Blues @ Flemington Bowls Club, Flemington, VIC
Thu Oct 20, Pistol Pete’s Blues Club, Geelong, VIC
Fri Oct 21, Victoria Hotel, Warrnambool, VIC
Sat Oct 22, Somerset Hotel, Millicent, SA
Fri Oct 28, Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura, VIC
Sun Oct 30, Moorook Club, Moorook, SA
Thur Nov 3, Kickin’ The B @ 303, Melbourne, VIC
Nov 4 – 6, Bendigo Blues & Roots Festival, Bendigo, VIC
Sat Nov 12, The Left Hand Club, Whyalla, SA
Sun Nov 13, The Parilla Hotel, Parilla, SA
Thur Nov 17, National Press Club of Australia, Canberra, ACT
Fri Nov 18, The Milton Theatre, Milton, NSW
Sat Nov 19, Macquarie Arms Hotel, Windsor, NSW
Sun Nov 20, The Camelot Lounge, Marrickville, NSW
Thur Nov 24, Sonny’s House of Blues, Brisbane, QLD
Fri Nov 25, The Royal Mail Hotel, Goodna, QLD
Sat Nov 26, Burleigh Underground Drummer, Gold Coast, QLD
Sun Nov 27, The Yacht Club Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD
Sat Dec 10, Adelaide Official Album Launch, venue TBA, Adelaide, SA

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