Banging it in Bangalow

Despite the lack of furniture, the Circle of Rhythm crew is celebrating the launch of their new album in Bangalow soon. Bring a chair. (Just joking.)

Greg Sheehan, Bobby Singh and Ben Walsh are Circle of Rhythm an innovative, percussion trio that have pushed the envelope of what can, and cant be musically done by banging things together.

For the last ten years the trio has defined the nature of drumming in Australia by bringing to the ensemble the various styles and influences that each has developed individually. And that virtuosity has come from a lifetime of exploring percussion.

They have collaborated over the years together in many different groups like Pablo Percusso, Utungan Percussion, Skin, Dha, The Bird, and Taal Vadya.

The trios music ranges from the fast-paced drumming styles of Japan and Polynesia to the sonic spirituality of India.

The Circle of Rhythm show is a homage to multicultural Australia.

Experience the beats that have made them hard-hitting hits nationally and internationally when they launch their latest recording effort at the Bangalow Catholic Hall on Sunday, February 11, from 8pm.

Tickets are $18/16 and available from the door.

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