Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Corey Legge from the Swamp Stompers drops into the 93.7 Edge FM studios in the Bega Valley

Last Wednesday 3 December, Tulgeen Group celebrated International Day of People with Disability in Littleton Gardens in Bega.  Check out the Tulgeen website to see photos from the day.

COREY LEGGE from the Swamp Stompers

Last night on A Mixed Bag with Chris B on 93.7 Edge FM, we had a very special guest in the studio, Corey Legge.  Corey is a member of the Swamp Stompers with fellow band mates Luke Ligtenberg and Mitch Broadhead.  The Swamp Stompers play dirty slide guitar rock and blues with heavy grooves, and they will be launching their new EP, Stepping Stones this Friday night at Club Sapphire, Merimbula, so be there or be square!  Doors open at 8.00 pm and the gig is absolutely free!

Corey was kind enough to come into the Edge FM studios for a chat, and to play a couple of the new songs unplugged.  It's been great for the Bega Valley community to have watched Corey's talent develop over the years, from his early days with TNT, to his solo efforts and now with the wonderful Swamp Stompers.

You can listen to Corey Legge chatting to us about what is happening with the Swamp Stompers, and to hear two "unplugged" versions of the Swamp Stomper songs by clicking on the link below:-

Interview with Corey Legge on 93.7 Edge FM Tuesday 09/12/2014

See you at the gig!

Our theme last night on A Mixed Bag with Chris B was "Slide Guitar".  Here is the playlist:-

Dust my broom by  Elmore James
Every picture tells a story & Lady Day by Rod Stewart
The Weight by Aretha Franklin & featuring Duane Allman on slide guitar
Statesboro Blues by the Allman Brothers
Well I do & Yin and Yang (Corey Legge's unplugged versions of Swamp Stompers songs).
Better Days & Swamp Stomp Boogie from the upcoming EP Stepping Stones by the Swamp Stompers
Return by Mia Dyson
My Sweet Lord by George Harrison
Come on in my kitchen by Robert Johnson
All down the line and Love in vain and Winter by the Rolling Stones
Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood
Rocky Mountain Way by Joe Walsh
The Joker by Steve Miller Band
Layla by Eric Clapton

Next's week's theme will be "Yellow".

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