George and Charles at Clancy’s
Gold Coast act Black Rabbit George will bring their new album Charles to Clancy’s Dunsborough on Sunday, May 26.
Led by Tijuana Cartel guitarist Paul George, the band returns to the region with an intimate new live set.
“It’s doom folk and gypsy flamenco driven by fierce and cutting virtuoso-style guitar coupled with poetic, story-driven lyrics,” George said.
“The new album ranges from deceptively simple songs to driving beats and mesmerising tunes.”
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George is joined by English fiddler and backup singer Phoebe Corke, who said she sometimes made the “ill-fated” decision to match his guitar playing note-for-note.
“If you’ve ever seen Tijuana Cartel play live you’ll know how good a guitarist Paul is,” she said.
“He’s even better now having spent some weeks honing his skills at flamenco school in southern Spain.”
The new album was inspired by the time George recently spent working in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory.
Black Rabbit George will perform from 5pm. Entry is free.
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