“There are plenty of fine trumpeters in the world, but Eamon Dilworth’s own place in it stands distinctive ”
— Barry O’Sullivan Presenter of A Jazz Hour - Fine Music 102.5fm
Eamon Dilworth & The Crawfish Po'Boys
Trumpeter, songwriter and vocalist Eamon Dilworth is excited to announce the arrival of his new band the Crawfish Po’Boys. Inspired by the music of Dr John, Professor Longhair and Kermit Ruffins, the band brings together some of Australia’s finest jazz, funk and soul musicians, such as Stu Hunter (organ) and Julien Wilson (tenor sax). Together they create the sound of a big New Orleans street party. The band is celebrating their release with a debut EP, video clip and Australian/New Zealand tour in the coming months.
Dilworth is well-known as a formidable trumpeter on the Sydney jazz scene, and also performs, records and/or arranges music in a multitude of other genres. He is a full -time member of Ed Kuepper and The Aints, Tijuana Cartel & Low Down Riders and previously Caravana Sun & Hot Potato Band. He has released three acclaimed jazz albums as bandleader/composer for The Dilworths, Tiny Hearts and Viata. He has also performed with Ásgeir, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy and Nigel Kennedy among others.
The Po’Boys are the beginning of a new creative phase for Dilworth, bringing together his experiences in these diverse styles to create danceable, social music for everyone. The EP is released on March 11 and available at www.eamondilworth.com and on all online platforms. They will be celebrating its release with the following shows:
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“The music was sensational & the connection & rapport you built with the audience was just amazing, so much fun! You got the whole bar rocking, laughing & singing along - even me, & I never, ever sing in public!! Speaking for myself, I can honestly say that was the best night out I've had for ages - & I go out a LOT!”
— Caroline Buckingham Owner/ Licensee Butchers Brew Bar
Dance All Night (Crawfish Po'Boys)
City Tattersals, Pitt Street, Sydney
Performing as part of Sydney Fringe's closing night party
Eamon Dilworth's Crawfish Po'Boys
The Spare Room, Sawtell