Matty T Wall

Duke Of George presents

Matty T Wall

8:00pm, Sat 31 October, 2020
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Duke of George Sunset Sessions presents a Nightmare on George Street - with Jerry the Oyster Shucker and Howling Blues

Doors 7pm, Band at 8pm

Duke of George presents

Matty T Wall

Back at the Duke of George, The Matty T Wall band is gritty, greasy, pumping blues in all its glory.

Now having seven nominations in the prestigious Independent Blues Awards in the USA and three Number One Australian Blues albums, this is band you don’t want to miss.

Perth’s own Drum Legend, mister Ric Whittle is on the beats and joining him is the fiercely talented Leigh Miller on bass, as this rhythm section, the most successful rhythm section of the legendary Vdelli, backs up a one Matty T Wall on vocals and guitar.

Matty has been getting praise from all around the world for his mix of blues and metal guitar playing, bringing a welcome edge to the standard blues-rock vibe, to take it into the future:

"Matty T Wall, an extraordinary blues-rock guitar player, singer, songwriter. Echoes & elements of rock from the 60’s, but Wall’s voice hurls it into the 21stcentury, his dazzling guitar licks and solos not of this world. Wall is entitled to a little swagger—he has the chops to pull it off. Extraordinary guitar player. Jazz flavors, soul. Gritty blues-rock, rock & roll, with outstanding musicianship." - Martine Ehrenclou, Rock and Blues Muse, Los Angeles USA, Sept 2018

"There were goosebumps, then tears. Gifted electric guitar play will do that to me"Blue Monday, USA

"some of the best guitar playing in one place you might hear all year" - DownAtTheCrossroads