It's a musical knockout

Two master musicians will battle it out this Friday, April 9, at the Byron Community Centre.

Local drummer Gene Peterson is set to take on multi-instrumentalist Adam Page in this musical showdown called Loop The Loop.

Both musicians will make use of a loop pedal, a very popular musical device these days, allowing Peterson and Page to create the aural illusion of an entire band.

In this 100-minute jam-packed performance, the audience will be treated to a plethora of amazing skills, from simultaneously playing keyboards and drums, to Tibetan throat-singing, to using a carrot as a musical instrument!?! (Serious stuff...)

Peterson is a world-class drummer and this will be his first home show since returning from overseas where he blew ‘em away at many festivals.

His South Australian opponent, Adam Page, a winner of the Adelaide Fringe Award for ‘best music by an emerging artist’, has also performed around the globe. Page is a multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire.

Loop The Loop will feature a lot of comedy as well as master musicianship. (Well, there is a carrot involved...) And it’s an all-ages family event.

Tickets are $32/26 from the Centre (6685 6807). The fun starts at 8pm.


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