by Nicola Haywood
Nothing feels as good – after a hard day of hitting the books, and dealing with any number of niggling little crises that pop up during the course of a normal day – as coming home and being taken on an amazing, exciting journey with the Central Deli Band. You are thrust you into a variety of styles and sounds, which combines vocals with sampling and live instruments, and refreshes even the most jaded, depleted mind.
They got back together
First formed in 2002 in Whyalla, and becoming the first Whyalla band to ever play the Big Day Out, they won over audience after audience with their riotously amazing music and shows. They’ve supported national acts and then after a rollicking tour with The Grates in 2006 they split, but now they’re back together.
The dynamics between band members Luke Eygenraam and Matthew Hayward
See them live and see for yourself!
Their talent, professionalism and friendliness
Luke and Matthew know how to put together the most amazing music and sounds to awaken every one of our five senses – yet they do not rest on their laurels – they’re tireless and relentless in their pursuit of the unknown.
They are the nicest people anyone could ever meet, not to mention the funniest, and they never hesitate to support and help those weaker and less deserving than themselves.
Their reunion promo
Just search “Central Deli Band reunion” on YouTube.
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