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Top Dutch Blues Musician Live in Upper Hutt

Top Dutch Blues Musician Live in Upper Hutt on Tuesady 12 October.

Top class Dutch Blues musician Hans Theesink plays the Genesis Theatre at Expressions Arts and Entertainnemt Centre in Upper Hutt on Tuesday during his first tour of NZ..He is a much sought after blues performer on slide guitar and harmonica.He played at the annual Woody Guthrie Festival in Oklahoma ,USA during July on the same programme as Arlo Guthrie and Steve Earle( who recently toured NZ)

He writes original blues as well as perfoming with his passion r Delta Blues of southern USA in the style of Leadbelly and Muddy Waters.He appears regularly at many international festivals, on radio and TV around the world.

Tickets are available from Expressions on 527 2168

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