Rhythm & Chill: Nicky Bomba & Friends ft. Rhythm Hunters
4 July @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Because Netflix and chill is getting old.
Rhythm & Chill is a donation-based livestream concert series featuring all of our favourite artists that have played here at The Rhythm Hut. Tune in on The Rhythm Hut Facebook page for a livestream straight from the artists to you.
Nicky is BACK for another livestream, and this time he’s bringing along a crew of drummers from our resident band: Rhythm Hunters!
This is going to be a percussion-heavy gig, so make sure to tune in if you’re one of those people who follows The Rhythm Hut because you like… well… rhythm.
Nicky Bomba is not a many of many talents – he’s ‘THE MAN’ of many talents. A singer/song writer, percussionist and producer, Nicky is here to send you right into the weekend with his infusion of raggae, ska, jazz and roots!
With a passion for culture and people, Nicky has travelled extensively, immersing himself in the music and culture of places such as Ethiopia, Morocco, Jamaica, Europe and his birthplace Malta. Consequently, the music produced by this peace-lovin’ troubadour is a melting pot of fun, adventure and exotic sounds of the people and places he loves.
Nicky has built a solid reputation in the music industry via many projects including conducting the 30pce Melbourne Ska Orchestra to playing drums on John Butler’s award-winning ‘Sunrise over Sea’ to being the Artistic Producer for the Multicultural Arts Victoria ‘Visible’ project. Over the years he has formed and played with bands purely for the love of the music and the adventures they create. Some of these activities include:
Touring extensively with the Bomba band (Reggae/Funk),
Banana Oil (Jazz)
The Truth (Funk)
And again, if that isn’t enough – he has an incredible place in the heart of the Rhythm Hut. He has performed on our stage more times than we can even count, he is the producer behind the Rhythm Hunters’ 2019 album ‘It’s Always the Same… Till It’s Different’. So – you know what I mean when we call him ‘THE MAN’, right?