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Greg Copeland

Sunday 27 October

PRICES

General Admission
See Below

WHEN

Sun 27 October, 20:30-22:15

WHERE

Carrus Crystal Palace - Baycourt Lawn

Greg Copeland (USA)

Like many great blues artists before him Greg Copeland soaked up the music early in his childhood only to reach the peak of his performance and recognition much later in life.

For this special acoustic show Greg pays his dues to the originals and forefathers of the Blues from the deep South, channelling the spirit into his own material and style.  You'll hear warm embraces with Sister Soul and a tip of the hat to Brother Funk.

By his side will be Steve 'Guitar' Gilles, playing acoustic and resonator steel guitar, while wailing on the Blues Harp, also known as the 'Mississippi saxophone'. 

EARLYBIRD PRICES - ENDS SEP 13

  • Earlybird General Admission $41.00

PRICES

  • General Admission Full $46.00
  • Group of 6+ $41.00pp


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