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LILY AND THE DRUM
PACked Stage Gig
Lily Higgins and John Yacka are Lily and the Drum an eclectic duo that strives to deliver honest, heartfelt music.
The live sound is full but there are no backing tracks, tricky vocal pitch correctors or computers working in the background a simple formula which has earned them a strong following around the country.
What you hear is real.
Vocalist and guitarist Lily unites with John (Drum) on percussion, harmonica and backing vocals to provide something a little different. Their music can be described as “Contemporary Retro, Roots and Blues with a dash of Rockabilly!”
Following the success of their first album “Nobody Just Like Me” and recently released EP “As a Matter Of Fact” Lily and the Drum will be promoting their new album “Welcome Change”.
This new album has already made a presence on several Australian radio charts and is receiving great reviews:
“This album is effortless, and I don’t mean that in the bad sense! Lily and the Drum just have music flowing from their veins, that they don’t need to put in an effort, it just seems to come naturally to them. Ability just oozes out of their pores and you can hear this musical love right here on their latest release” Review by “Savvy” MusicSA
They look forward to performing in Hamilton as part of the “Welcome Change” tour.
Tickets: Adult $25 Conc $20
Friday 27 February, 8pm
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