Roots rocker Claude ‘One-Man-Band’ Hay is no more, as he joins forces with The Gentle Enemies to embark on east coast tour.

Hailing from the Blue Mountains, Claude Hay is known around the world for his live looping, which allows him to create a live band sound without a live band actually being there.

 

But Claude’s shaking things up with an added lineup of friends The Gentle Enemies, which includes Ryan Van Gennip and Jon Howell.

 

The new three-piece will play a run of dates including Bluesfest, to mark the release of the new tracks ‘Borracho’ and ‘Run’, which guarantee the usual infectious blend of stompin’ blues, hard rock and fuzzy funk. 

 

Aside from their Bluesfest appearance on Sunday April 20, Claude Hay and The Gentle Enemies will be stopping at The Old Manly Boatshed on Friday March 28; Katoomba RSL on Saturday March 29, with The Honey Stompers and Kell Taylor; The Grand Junction Hotel on Friday April 4; The Commercial Hotel on Saturday April 5; Seaview Tavern on Friday April 11; Lewisham Hotel on Saturday May 17; Stag and Hunter Hotel on Friday May 30 and Towradgi Beach Hotel on Sunday June 1.

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