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Warwick Kennington

       
  Warwick Kennington  

A professional musician for thirty years, Warwick began in Sydney with an interest in jazz and rock which led to various bands that capitalised on this fusion. He co-founded the legendary Uncle Bob's Band playing Django Reinhardt swing and original rock. From there he joined the jazz band Swing 84 with Tom Baker, on to the notorious Zarsoff Brothers through to 1981. He then co-formed The Eddys, which was the flavour of the year for ten years, touring theatre shows throughout Australia and Asia with Glenn Shorrock in One for the Money, Two for the Show and Go Cat Go.
Since moving to Queensland he's worked with The Rockin All Stars, The Fabulous Boogie Boys and Matman Promotions' artist-backing band, The Premiers.