Previously a circus clown and fire-eater, Rory McLeod is now a one-man soul band, poet and storyteller, singing his own unique upbeat dance stories. A modern travelling troubadour using tap shoes, a cappella, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and various other percussion instruments.
Based in Britain, having travelled the globe, from Asia to the Middle East, Gambia to Cuba, throughout America and Canada and many other nooks and crannies of the world, all for different reasons at different times, his inimitable style will showcase different influences taking you on a journey around the world all in one evening of song.
Showcasing his newest album ‘Gusto’, McLeod will be touring Australia throughout March and April, landing at the newest live music venue in East Fremantle, Duke of George, for a very special ANZAC Day performance. Duke of George, will host this unique musician with premier table service, intimate dining and food for the soul. With McLeod having an established following, starting at $20, tickets are going to go quickly.
“McLeod is one of the most energetic, most generous performers I’ve seen.” Doug Spencer, ABC Radio.
Thursday 25 April 2019
The Duke of George
Doors open 5pm
Tickets available through Moshtix