Josh brings love to the North

Josh Rawiri (pictured) tours a lot. And I mean a lot! He plays in major venues in the big cities and in smaller ones in small towns all over this wide, insulated land.

He’s been flogging his album If You Need Love and has sold thousands of copies just at his gigs alone. The singleShe’ll Love You, has been doing especially well on radio around the country.

Live, he plays solo with a range of guitars – slide, electric, dobro – as well as some percussion and harmonica. His music incorporates blues, reggae, soul, rock and roots. Which means he doesn’t play Bach, I guess.

Josh is a young man on a mission. He has a lot of energy for his musical passions and has been inspired by artists he has performed with.

“I have been lucky to play with some awesome artists like Ash Grunwald, Josh Pyke, The Beautiful Girls, Anatoli Torjinski and Mick Hart, who have supported and inspired me further along my musical journey,” Josh said.

Josh will perform at the Uni Toga Night at SCU in Lismore next Thursday, February 25, from 9pm; and at the Ballina RSL Club on Friday, February 26, from 8pm.


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