MOVEMBER in Mullum will be a night of entertainment
MOVEMBER in Mullum will be a night of entertainment in support of the Movember Foundation.
The Light Bulb Theory (LBT) band will perform a three-hour show, with special guest Guy Kachel.
The group, brought together especially for Movember in Mullum, features the voice of Mohini 'Mo' Cox, Evangelos Hondroudakis, Robby Cenda, Andy Shrimpton and Rex Carter.
Mo and her boys will deliver dynamic R&B, soul, funk, blues and a touch of classic rock.
We spoke to Evangelos Hondroudakis about the upcoming gig.
What is your reason to be part of a Movember fundraiser?
The Light Bulb Theory is a project, as we call it, and has come together through a common ethos: a sombre respect for and celebration of life, a deep love of place.
There is wellbeing in that approach and right now the planet definitely needs it. LBT wants to start in its own back yard.
Hence we are really happy to be in a position to help the Mullum Golf Club support Movember.
What kind of gig can audiences expect?
We're out to have a huge, fun night and spread that around the room. It's a full production, three-hour show.
Guy Kachel kicks it off performing material from his albums, then there's two hours of LBT, best described as a soulful powerhouse.
At the Mullum Golf Club, Coolamen Scenic Dr, Mullumbimby, tomorrow (Friday) from 7.30pm. $10.