Anyone who’s seen Frank Sultana And The Sinister Kids playing dive bars up and down the East Coast knows. If you caught them on their recent 35-date tour; at Port Macquarie’s BBQ and Blues Festival alongside Mia Dyson, Henry Wagons and Chase The Sun; or with Steve Smyth, as well as Australian legends Russell Morris, Dragon, Sarah McLeod, Jeff Lang, and the iconic American Tony Joe White at the Thredbo Blues Festival and the Forth Valley Blues Festival in Tasmania, you know: this isn’t a band you listen to in the car, through the headphones, or on the radio. You gotta be there to believe it: in the band room, experiencing the blues freight train in sweaty, exultant person. It’s there you can reach out and touch the authentic, gritty essence of Delta Mississippi blues that saw Frank support Matt Andersen and Gary Clark Jnr., establishing himself on the East Coast live music scene as an artist to see.
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'Old Nasty Jim' could very well tell the story from Nick Cave's 'Where The Wild Roses Grow', except this lady's had more than enough - she's bought a hammer with her. And her lover to help with the evidence.
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Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners