The Gipsy Kings and Kevin Borich Express added to Blues on Broadbeach -
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The Gipsy Kings and Kevin Borich Express added to Blues on Broadbeach

by Paul Cashmere on March 13, 2019

in News

The Gipsy Kings will perform at Queensland free music festival Blues on Broadbeach.

The Gipsy Kings hail from Arles, France but play pure Latin music. They even had a Top 40 hit in Australia in 1989 with ‘Bomboléo’.

Also new to Blues on Broadbeach is Canada’s Bahamas, USA’s Charley Crockett and Cedric Burnside and Australia’s Kevin Borich Express.

Kevin says, “I’ve played at Blues on Broadbeach pretty much every year and always have an enjoyable time playing in such a beautiful location to loyal fans,” said Borich. “I call it the -Cafe Au Lait Festival – pronounced – ‘The Lar- Tay Festival’ – No Mud – no discomfort – everything you’d need within reach – Festival!”

Blues on Broadbeach is on 16-19 May, 2019.



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