Blue Tongue set to impress at Star Hotel

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Blue Tongue will play at The Star Hotel Milton on Friday, May 6.There’ll be something for everyone when Blue Tongue play at The Star Hotel Milton on Friday, May 6.

Thefour piece band covers music from the 70’s to present that caters for all ages.

Their style covers alternative rock, pop, jazz, classical pop, rock and ballads.

Blue Tongue is made up of four musical artists;Lynn Erdos on vocals, Andrew Christian on lead guitar, Shaun Russell on bass guitar and last but not least, Tony Bowyer on drums.

Lynnstarted her musical journey when she joined her very first band as a 17-year-old.She played in numerous pubs and hotels in the Philippines and travelled Asian countries such as China and Malaysia to perform various genres of music, old and new. Her style covers pop, jazz, rock and ballad.

Andrew compliments Lynn’s voice by joining her on vocals and playing lead guitar. He has played lead guitar for a variety of recording artists and bands since 1999 including 8 Ball and Texas Rose.

His music influences are Van Halen, Metallica, Gary More, Stevie Vaughn and Jimmy Hendrix.

On returning to the South Coast after jamming with numerous line ups and ensembles, and landing a gig playing rhythm guitar with a sixpiece, Blues/Rock juggernaut “Too Late To Be Straight”, Shaun met Andrew and mistook him for a bass player.

On realising his mistake, Shaun mysteriously sold his guitar amps to Andrew and became enamoured by all things Bass, destined to become Blue Tongues Bass player.

Joining the band on drums and vocals, Tony became addicted to music/drums when his school mates at Ashfield Boys High became Australia’s AC/DC.

Tony has supported many bands such as Skyhooks, Dragon and Finch.Since moving to the South Coast, Tony met Blue Tongue and has been playing music together.

Blue Tongue will kick off at 8.30pm until 11.30pm at The Star Hotel Milton.

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