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Juzzie Smith set to groove at Bond's music series

One-man band phenomenon Juzzie Smith will be wowing crowds at Bond University on October 28 for the next Live at Bond free music series.

The afternoon of music and entertainment will kick off at 3pm on Sunday, October 28, at Bond University’s ADCO Amphitheatre.

Set to have every listener toe-tapping, Juzzie’s tunes combines slide guitar, percussion, harmonica and vocals, merging elements of blues, folk, groove and roots.

Juzzie’s performance will include songs from his new album Live @ Zamia Theatre and the audience will see him perform unique harmonic throat singing originating from Tuva in North-West Mongolia.

As an international festival favourite, Juzzie’s ability to share a sense of joy and playfulness through his music has lead to his popularity with people of all ages and from all walks of life.

Joining the line-up will be support act Kasey Thompson from Lindisfarne Anglican College accompanied by Tim Goodburn on guitar and back-up vocals.

The outdoor music series has been running seasonally since 2011, on the last Sunday of the month through autumn and spring, from 3pm-5:15pm.

To date, Live at Bond has featured some of South East Queensland’s best local artists, with renowned jazz drummer, John Morrison set to round off the season in November.

Wine, beer, champagne, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available for purchase at each event.

Live at Bond is proudly supported by Zarraffa’s Coffee. The Zarraffa’s Coffee Caddy is a community service initiative; 50 per cent of the proceeds will go to Zarraffa’s Coffee charities, while the other 50 per cent of proceeds will go to Bond University’s nominated charity, the Sunland Foundation.

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