Scene News: Don’t Miss – The Stu Thomas Paradox plays Lee Hazlewood, Adelaide

Stu Thomas, is a stayer on the Australian music scene.
A multi-instrumentalist, sinner / song-writer, performer, producer and artist, he’s played bass / baritone guitar with Dave Graney for 11 years, and bass with Kim Salmon for twenty, as well as putting out his own music. He’s appeared in 20 countries, on countless recordings, and played with many other artistes of note over a 30 year career.

Lee Hazlewood was the legendary song-writer, performer, producer, DJ, and record label boss, most famous for writing the Nancy Sinatra pop classic “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'”. He was a cult figure and svengali to Nancy, Duane Eddy and more, and he left behind a hefty swag of classy songs.

Stu cites Lee Hazlewood as a major musical inspiration, and has put together a show of some of Lee’s finest songs. They played 2 sold-out shows in Melbourne, and now it’s coming to Adelaide, at the very fineWheatsheaf Hotel, in Thebarton. As well as great music, there will audio-visual surprises.

Featuring Clare Moore (The Moodists, Coral Snakes, mistLY, The Dames) on keyboards and backing vocals, Phil Collings (Kim Salmon & The Surrealists) on drums, and Mal Beveridge (Jack Charles) on bass, all consummate musicians. Stu has arranged a multi-layered show that will please Lee fans and will definitely win over new ones.
Lovers of great music will be rapt in the wonder of Lee’s rich music and insightful lyrics, and the brilliant band’s interpretations.

One show only. Limited tickets available:

Starts at 4pm, band plays 2 sets.

Don’t miss out, Adelaide.

25th October
Wheatsheaf Hotel
39 George St, Thebarton, South Australia 5031


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