George feels the Gypsy groove

George Washingmachine and Feel The Manouche are coming to Lismore next Thursday.
George Washingmachine and Feel The Manouche are coming to Lismore next Thursday.

The Lismore Jazz Club presents Feel The Manouch with George Washingmachine at the Lismore City Bowling Club next Thursday, February 23, from 7pm.

George is warming up for a trip to Europe in March but before he goes Lismore gets to enjoy his new band Feel The Manouche.

Feel The Manouche has a world music feel through its use of double bass, guitar, accordion and fiddle. The band gets a strong melodic groove going that incorporates Gypsy waltzes, swing jazz, choro and many other flavours of music from around this diverse planet.

Feel The Manouche features George Washingmachine on violin, ukulele and vocal, Arthur Washington on guitar, Clare O'Meara on acccordion, violin and vocal, and Stan Valacos on double bass.

Entry is $10 for members and students and $15 for non-members.

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