Jazz brew at Bowlo
The Lismore Jazz Club is up and running for the new year at the Lismore City Bowling Club.
The first gig of the year will feature local duo Acoustic Brew at the Lismore City Bowling Club this Sunday, February 28, from 2-5pm.
Wallace Carslaw plays guitar and sings. He began his career in Scotland as a classical guitarist but eventually moved to England (a good couple of hours drive), took up bass guitar and double bass, and got into the jazz and rock scene.
Since moving to Australia, he has worked with Doug Parkinson, Tommy Emmanuel, Mick Kenny (Crossfire), the Billy Burton Orchestra, Col Nolan and Dave Macrae.
Tim Keogh (trumpet, flugelhorn) has played trumpet and flugelhorn professionally for 25 years, touring and performing with artists including Georgie Fame, Marty Rhone, Jackie Love, Ron Macrobie and many others.
When Wallace and Tim got together in 2002, the musical sparks flew and Acoustic Brew was born – and they have been playing ever since.