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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Start Date: October 4, 2024
End Date: October 4, 2024
Woodville Town Hall, South Australia

Legendary guitarist of The Shadows Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing at the Woodville Town Hall Adelaide, Goolwa Centenary Hall Goolwa and the Angaston Town Hall in the Barossa.

The performances will feature music from their debut album ‘Django’s Castle’ and latest album ‘Foolin’ with the Feds’ including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics!
Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts.
Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ

For the first time in South Australia!
October 4th – Woodville Town Hall
October 5th – Goolwa Centenary Hall
October 6th – Angaston Town Hall
Tickets are at:

Pop culture icon and rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Hank Marvin was a founding member of The Shadows, the band who created the iconic instrumental sound of the late 50s/early 60s with their signature fender guitars and vox amps. The Shadows would achieve 69 UK chart singles, 34 of those with lead singer Cliff Richard. The Shadows are in the top 5 most successful acts on the UK singles charts along with Elvis, The Beatles, Cliff Richard and Madonna.

Hank continues to inspire multiple generations of guitarists, including some of the world’s foremost performers:

“Hank is simply unbeatable” – Eric Clapton

“I started to learn Hank’s single note style. None of us ever quite got that great sound.” – Brian May (Queen)

“Hank made a great impression on me” – Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin)

“Hank is a great stylist and technician, with a wonderful gift for expression on the guitar” – Pete Townsend (The Who)

This year, Hank has contributed guitar to a re-release of Mark Knopfler’s “Going Home: Theme of the Local Hero” in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The band also features Gary Taylor known for his time in 60’s English group The Herd featuring a young Peter Frampton. In the 70s he recorded with Stealers Wheel and later working on records by Gerry Rafferty, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, Demis Roussos, Jerry Lee Lewis, Frankie goes to Hollywood, and The Proclaimers. Taylor joined Fox fronted by Australian singer Noosha Fox gaining several top 20 hits including ‘S-S-S-Single Bed’ in 1976. Today, Taylor co-owns “Sh-boom” studios in Perth with former Adelaidean Trevor Spencer of Adelaide 1960’s bands The Hurricanes, Johnny Broome and The Handels, The Vectormen and James Taylor Move.

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz
Start Date: October 4, 2024
End Date: October 4, 2024
Woodville Town Hall, South Australia
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