Hicks do hall, again

The Hussy Hicks had such fun playing at the Eltham Hall recently that they’re going to do it all again.

“The first Eltham Hall event we put on was such a great success,” said Hussy Hicks vocalist Leesa Gentz. “We’ve had so much support from the local community and it was so rewarding for us to look out and see an audience of all ages enjoying themselves in such a beautiful country hall.”

The Hicks’ high-energy country pop has seen guitarist Jules Parker described by Phil Emmanuel as “the country’s top female player” and singer Leesa Gentz described as “like Robert Plant in female trousers”. The girls will be supported by Byron singer/songwriter Cheynne Murphy on Saturday, October 30, from 4pm. Tickets are $10 and kids under 14 are free.


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