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Tommy Emmanuel Withdraws From Blues On Broadbeach

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

American based Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel has been forced with withdrawn from Blues on Broadbeach in May due to difficulties in getting into Australia due to Covid restrictions.

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Andrew Stockdale, Wolfmother, 2013, Music Bowl, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Wolfmother and C.W. Stoneking Join Blues On Broadbeach

by Paul Cashmere

Wolfmother and C.W. Stoneking are just a couple of names added to Blues on Broadbeach in Queensland in May.

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Blues On Broadbeach Music Festival Cancelled

by Announcement

Broadbeach Alliance has today announced that Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival will not be going ahead on May 14-17, 2020.

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Gipsy Kings

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

by Paul Cashmere

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

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Harts, 2015 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Canned Heat, Eric Bibb and Harts to play Blues on Broadbeach 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Queensland’s Blues on Broadbeach music festival has just announced its biggest international line-up ever with USA’s Canned Heat, Eric Bibb and Australia’s Harts set to headline.

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Robert Cray Band To Headline Blues On Broadbeach

by Noise11.com

The Robert Cray Band will headline Queensland’s Blues On Broadbeach festival in May, 2018.

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Jimi Hocking and Nick Charles Join Slim Jim Phantom and Bonnie Tyler For Blues On Broadbeach

by Paul Cashmere

The Blues On Broadbeach festival has expanded with over 35 more acts including Jimi Hocking and Nick Charles added to the line-up already featuring Bonnie Tyler and Slim Jim Phantom.

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