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THE KEVIN BORICH EXPRESS: FUNKIN ROCKIN THE BLUES MOUNTAINS

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3 Mar 2018

The BAROQUE Room at The Carrington Hotel, Katoomba

Saturday 3rd MARCH 2018.

Doors Open; 7pm.
Show; 7.45 pm to 10.50 pm finish to allow for last train east from Katoomba at 11.08pm.

Tickets; $30 pre-sale available from www.kevinborich.com.au or $35 @ door.
This is an intimate evening and tickets are strictly limited due to venue size @ 200 only.

Strictly 18+ only.

Kevin Borich delivers his music through his firebrand guitar mastery, in a powerhouse trio the Kevin Borich Express currently featuring very talented pair of Jon Carson on drums and Chris Gilbert on bass guitar. 

Usually delivered in two sets, the Express covers a wide range of funkin rockin blues in a high impact live performance with the same intensity as Kevin did with Carlos Santana in the 70’s. 

New Zealand born, Kevin recorded his first single with Astor Records at age 12 and his music career has now spanned over 58 years.   

Kevin Borich is a founding member of New Zealand's hit band the La De Das and penned hits such as 'Gonna See My Baby Tonight' and 'No Turning Back'. 

Kevin had formed The Mergers in late 1963 with fellow students, Brett Nielsen on drums and Trevor Wilson on bass.  Later joined by Phil Key & Bruce Howard they eventually renamed to The La De Das in 1964 and soon developed into one of New Zealand’s most successful bands.   In their first trip to Australia in May 1967 amongst other gigs they played support at the old Sydney Stadium for the Easy Beats who had just returned from the UK.  After moving base to Australia the following year and Kevin Borich delivers his music through his firebrand guitar mastery, in a powerhouse trio the Kevin Borich Express currently featuring very talented pair of Jon Carson on drums and Chris Gilbert on bass guitar.  Usually delivered in two sets, the Express covers a wide range of funkin rockin blues in a high impact live performance with the same intensity as Kevin did with Carlos Santana in the 70’s.  New Zealand born, Kevin recorded his first single with Astor Records at age 12 and his music career has now spanned over 58 years.    Kevin Borich is a founding member of New Zealand's hit band the La De Das and penned hits such as 'Gonna See My Baby Tonight' and 'No Turning Back'.  Kevin had formed The Mergers in late 1963 with fellow students, Brett Nielsen on drums and Trevor Wilson on bass.  Later joined by Phil Key & Bruce Howard they eventually renamed to The La De Das in 1964 and soon developed into one of New Zealand’s most successful bands.   In their first trip to Australia in May 1967 amongst other gigs they played support at the old Sydney Stadium for the Easy Beats who had just returned from the UK.  After moving base to Australia the following year and