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Camaron de la Vega, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane

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Published September 22nd 2011
Camaron de la Vega brought a jaw dropping set of chops to bear, playing a soul warming fusion of flamenco and gypsy jazz guitar.

Playing the Queen Street Mall stage as part of the Brisbane Festival 2011, accompanied by a bassist and a backing track, the songs so colourful and soulful and his fingers a blur on the fretboard of the beautiful, acoustic Flamenco guitar he played.

Camaron dazzled listeners on the Mall, drawing a crowd of around thirty people and finishing his songs to enthusiastic applause.
To say that he was an accomplished musician and composer would be a massive understatement. He is truly a talented guitar player and composer.

More information about Camaron de la Vega can be found on his [LINK=www.camarondelavega.com]website[/LINK] and I certainly think it well worth a look.
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Why? A marvelously talent guitarist and composer
Where: Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City
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