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Lloyd Spiegel

Mack, The (MacKenzie Theatre)

Lloyd Spiegel

Lloyd Spiegel

Thursday, October 25, 2018, 07:30pm

Blues and roots artist and guitarist Lloyd Spiegel takes the stage. Spiegel is a trailblazer at the forefront of modern blues and one of his country’s most recognized guitarists, recently being named in Australian Guitar Magazine’s list of the top 50 Australian guitarists of all time. His live performance blends jaw-dropping guitar expertise with a commanding voice, powerful song writing and storytelling to deliver a complete concert experience, launching him onto theatre and festival stages across the globe. He has also played for the greats, supporting the likes of Ray Charles, Bob Dylan and Etta James on tour.


Location Details:

Mack, The (MacKenzie Theatre)
Great George Street and Grafton Street
Charlottetown

(902) 628-1864
http://www.confederationcentre.com

Box Office: (902) 566-1267
Toll Free: 1-800-565-0278

info@confederationcentre.com
boxoffice@confederationcentre.com

Box office entrance is on the corner of Queen Street and Grafton Street.


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