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The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

Chis Cheney To Perform For Hoodoo Gurus At EG Awards

by Paul Cashmere on November 2, 2011

in Live,News

The Living End’s Chris Cheney will perform at EG Awards in Melbourne to honour The Hoodoo Gurus.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Hoodoo Gurus will be inducted into the EG Hall of Fame at the 6th annual EG Awards.

‘‘It’s a massive honour, I remember it being a really fun night and that’s why I jumped at it this time,’’ Cheney says. ‘‘I’m a Gurus fan and What’s My Scene? was one of the very first songs I ever learned to play on guitar.’’

Chris will perform with the EG All-Stars featuring Pete Luscombe, Dan Luscombe, Ash Naylor and Bill McDonald.

The night will also include performances from Ron S peno, Kim Salmon, Brous, Jane Badler and Wood McDonald.

The EG Awards will be on Wednesday, November 23 at the Prince Bandroom in St Kilda.

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