Explore a world of music with Tut Tut

Tut Tut: Unique blend of gypsy, klezmer, Balkan and Latin sounds.
Tut Tut: Unique blend of gypsy, klezmer, Balkan and Latin sounds.

Hello Tut Tut takes its audiences on a high energy, stimulating musical safari shaped by the aesthetics of cultures from around the world. Exploring their heritage through a unique blend of gypsy, klezmer, Balkan and Latin sounds, they will entertain with a finesse, charm and intensity that will get you on your feet and dancing.

With the success of their 2018 debut album tour, the band returns to Katoomba to celebrate the release of their latest single, Bay Of Kotor, a feature track off their upcoming follow-up album set for release in early 2020.

Hello Tut Tut features Joshua Gluck (clarinet), Alexandra Keusch (violin), Eamon Roy (guitar), Joshua Szabo (bass), Panfred Reed (accordion), Hughie Hanily (drums) and Nicholas Miles (percussion).

Special guests, Le Hot Club de Katoomba, with Australian violinist Simon Watts and French singer/guitarist Julien Clement are teaming up to deliver classic French chansons and an assortment of Hot Club swing tunes. They will be joined by Neill Duncan on sax.

The show is on Saturday, September 21 at 8.30pm at Junction 142, Katoomba st, Katoomba. A portion of proceeds go towards the Junction 142 venue hire costs which support a great cause - Earth Recovery Australia and Blue Mountains Soul Kitchen, who help to combat homelessness.

Chai, curry and treats will be available on the night. The venue is also BYO. Tickets at www.fusionboutique.com.au or Katoomba Music.