Eskimo Joe’s Kav Temperley to hit the South West as part of national regional tour

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Kav Temperley will play in Busselton, Bunbury and Margaret River next week.
Camera IconKav Temperley will play in Busselton, Bunbury and Margaret River next week. Credit: supplied

Eskimo Joe frontman Kav Temperley is set to rock out in the South West as part of his all-new regional tour.

Temperley kicked off his tour in New South Wales last month, and will shake up Hally’s in Busselton’s next Thursday night in his first of three South West gigs.

The tour is in celebration of the eight-time ARIA award-winner’s second solo release Machines of Love & Grace which is to be released later next month.

Producers describe the event as Temperley’s “most ambitious solo endeavour yet”, with fans to expect some new hits and old favourites.

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Hally’s directing manager Deb Hallyburton said the venue is “super stoked” to be hosting the premier event of the WA portion of the tour.

“Hally’s is super stoked to be able to bring to Busselton such a high-calibre artist to showcase his upcoming solo album,” she said.

“Part of our business model while we were constructing Hally’s was to have a venue that would attract exceptional and original artists in an intimate setting.

“The rooftop is perfect for this occasion as you are able to be up close and personal to the performer.”

Bringing in locals artists to get the night started, Ms Hallyburton said the event “shouldn’t be missed.”

“It also gives us a chance to support some local artists and have them play on the night as well, we have 2 talented artists that will the night started with their original music from Dean Gittos and Sash Seabourne,”she said.

Following his Busselton performance, Temperley will play Bunbury’s Froth Craft Brewery on August 19, and Margaret River’s Settler’s Tavern on August 20 before heading back over east.

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