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Gwyn Ashton - international blues legend. Moruya Waterfront Feb 17th

Gwyn Ashton - international blues legend.Moruya Waterfront Feb 17th $10 entry or free before 7pm Sponsored by Mojos and Jellyrolls (2EarFM) Gwyn Ashton has been hauling his beaten up National steel guitar and '63 Strat around the world for nearly 20 years, opening for top-billing artists such as Van Morrison, Johnny Winter, Canned Heat, Robin Trower and a multitude of other fine musicians, as well as headlining his own concerts from the UK to eastern Europe. He has appeared at festivals in Brazil, Mexico and his native homeland of Australia. Gwyn has opened for Status Quo at 15 UK major concert venues including London's prestigious Wembley Arena. He has released six albums and one EP, came third place behind Jeff Beck and Gary Moore in a French guitar magazine poll, had two albums simultaneously in the Amazon Top 100 and records and tours with some of the world's leading rock musicians. "A true blues player" Johnny Winter

Above: Australian rock and blues guitarist Gwyn Ashton performing Little Girl with fabulous Thunderbirds frontman Kim Wilson on harmonica - on location at Boar's Head Gallery, Kidderminster.

The show is sponsored by 'Mojo's & Jelly Rolls' Wednesdays at 6.00pm on 2EARFM 'Mojo's & Jelly Rolls' Aussie Rock & Blues Host Tony Jaggers presents two hours of Australian Blues and Roots Music.... 2EAR FM and the Community it serves is extremely proud of the achievements of one of their own treasures, Tony Jaggers (TJ). Tony has been a Long time Presenter, Blues/ Rock Entertainer, Committee member and past Manager of Community Radio Station, EAR Inc., voluntarily serving the Radio Station for well over two and a half decades. His Induction into the American Blues Hall of Fame on the 1st of May 2015, in recognition of his dedication to the Blues field of entertainment is certainly well deserved. To be inducted into the "Blues Hall of Fame" as an Australian Representative, is indeed a huge honour for Tony and for Community Radio 2EAR FM.

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