Petrol, White Lines and Dirty Blues
The van is packed, the petrol tank is full, the coffee is hot... Ex Central-Queensland (now Gold Coast) act Transvaal Diamond Syndicate are hitting the road and heading north for a weekend of gigs in Rockhampton, Bundaberg and the Sunshine Coast. The feisty blues-rock 3 piece have had a busy start to 2012 with 5 Festival appearances, a 63-date national tour, 2 single releases and a video clip release. They’ll be showcasing their wares as part of the beer and bull-riding Festival in Bundaberg, BEERFESTABULL, this Saturday with a side-show jaunt back in their home-town of Rockhampton at the Glenmore Hotel on Friday night and Sunday session at Joe's Waterhole Eumundi.
The gritty act, who've just come off an Independent Music Award win, play a high-energy set based around slide guitar, heavy drum and bass, smoky vocals and tribal percussion. This sound has seen them perform at some of the country’s largest festivals and receive substantial amounts of radio play all across the country including Triple J.
Lead singer and band leader Christian Tryhorn states “We’re really looking forward to coming back through regional QLD for a little adventure. Always such a treat catching up with a bunch of important people in our lives. It's a pretty solid weekend of gigs and it’s my also my birthday... so TDS calls shenanigans.”
So get yourself out of the house and get along and catch TDS as they drive their way into your subconscious with their foot-stompin’, catchy rhythms. Audience participation a must! The band will be joined on the road with fellow Gold Coast act Collins Class.
Who: Transvaal Diamond Syndicate (w/Collins Class)
Where: Glenmore Tavern Rockhampton, BEERFESTABULL Bundaberg and Joe's Waterhole Eumundi
When: Fri 21 Sep 8pm, Sat 22 Sep 2pm and Sun 23 Sep 2pm respectively
Joe's Waterhole, Eumundi
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