Eric to play in Lismore

Eric Bibb (pictured) is coming to Lismore. Hooray!

This folky blues master of song-making will perform at the Star Court Theatre in Lismore on Saturday, March 3.

If you haven't seen Eric live in concert then this is your chance. He performed at Bluesfest but it's hard to get close to the stage there and watching peformers on the big screen is not satisfying. The Star Court Theatre is an intimate venue where you'll be able to enjoy the man's craft, his pleasant personality and the stories he tells between tunes.

Eric will be accompnaied by guitarist Staffan Astner, all the way from Sweden. They've been performing together for some time now. New York-born Eric is now based in Helsinki when he isn't criss-crossing the world playing gigs.

With Eric's honeyed voice, his finger-style guitar playing and with Steffan's hot and cool guitar licks, the songs will come alive for North Coasters.

Tickets are $59 and available from

The show starts at 7pm.

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