at South Pacific Resort Noosa
Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM + Add to calendar27/04/2019 18:0027/04/2019 22:30Australia/BrisbaneTim, Chitty and Pato of Nahko and MFTPTim, Chitty and Pato of Nahko and MFTP Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM (E. Australia Standard Time) Organiser Amy Mayne 0416503004 firstname.lastname@example.org Address South Pacific Resort Noosa Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/84286/tim_chitty_and_pato_of_nahko_and_mftp.aspxSouth Pacific Resort Noosa
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Touring non-stop around the world with Nahko and Medicine for the People (USA), Tim Snider (violin/vocals), Justin ‘Chitty’ Chittams (drumkit/vocals) and Patricio ‘Pato’ Zuniga (bass guitar) very rarely find a break in the schedule to tour their own music. Fortunately however for Australian Medicine for the People fans, they have found a small window of opportunity to bring their solo shows here following the full band’s April Blues Fest tour.
Many fans will be surprised when they see what their favourite drummer, violin player and bassist can do as they move from their usual places in the band to take the front of stage.
Tim is renowned for his incredible violin playing, but he also loops guitar, percussion, and vocals into a sound that has been described as a “world-folk hybrid, aimed at the heart the head and the feet”. Their individual styles of R&B, world-folk and conscious rock will leave you dancing with a new sense of purpose.
Justin not only plays drums like an animal in Medicine for the People, but also has a voice that will melt you down and songs that will lift up, playing both guitar and keys within his performance.
‘Pato’ Zuniga is a multi-instrumentalist from Santiago, Chile.Eclectic and unpredictable, he blends tribal roots, dub reggae, guitar virtuoso, soul and funky vibes that will take you on an unforgettable journey that will make you move.
With support by local talent Harii Bandhu.
More on the musicians:
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