Loopy singing

Darren Percival has a great voice. He spent eight years as vocalist for jazzman James Morrison.

But some time ago he happened upon a delay pedal and Mr Percival was born.

Armed with a couple of mics, loops and delay pedals, Mr Percival takes the audience through many lands, vocal styles, stories, indigenous soundscapes, grooves even into outer space. Wow.

Earlier this yearhe was thesupport act forRussell Crowe and The Ordinary Fear of God tour in America, New Zealand and Australia and more recently he performed at the North Coast Jazz Festival in Bangalow. He gets the whole audience singing.

Mr Percival will perform at the Byron Community Centre this Friday and Saturday, September 1 and 2, from 8pm.

Tickets are $22/18 and are available from the venue (6685 5659).


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