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Wheeze & Suck Band come to Humph Hall
7pm, Saturday 27th August 2011

By Wayne Richmond
Posted Thursday, May 12, 2011

The Wheeze and Suck Band are a five piece group featuring guitars, mandolins, fiddle, melodeons, percussion and vocals, performing an exciting mix of traditional, contemporary and original 'roots' music. These costumed 'mad hatters' sing rousing sounds and soulful ballads in exquisite four part harmony and play high energy instrumental dance tuns which can often lead to audience participation and revelry. Over the past ten years, the 'Wheezers' have played in most major Folk Festivals and Folk clubs as well as weddings, corporate functions and special events.

Wheeze and Suck Band

The Wheeze and Suck Band are, Ian 'The Pump' Macintosh, John 'Red Tips' Milce, Tony 'Pyro' Pyrzakowski, Geoff 'Woody' Woodhead and Nigel 'Muddy' Walters.

"A Wheeze and Suck performance is an experience not to be missed! Colourful costumes, heaps of audience participation, sporadic outbreaks of dancing, and the occasional foray into the audience mid-song marks a band who lives by its belief that their music is built around a shared experience with their growing legion of supporters."
Optional donation: $25/$15

Call or wayne@humph.org Wayne (02) 9939 8802 to reserve your seat. (Bring your voice and/or instrument and be ready to join in!)

Humph Hall
85 Allambie Road
Allambie Heights
Formerly the Allambie Heights Uniting Church, Humph Hall is now the private home of Gial Leslie and Wayne Richmond.
Humph Hall

As with all concerts in Humph Hall, The Wheeze & Suck Band will perform acoustically - no PA system!

 
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