Just like a scene from movie, it was a chance meeting that sparked the creation of another fantastic home-grown Bundaberg band.
Gandhi and the Ghosts band member Jake said it was a chance meeting that got things going.
“It all started when I was busking in the main street one night and Jamie stumbled past quite inebriated and then jammed on my guitar,” he said.
The pair met again a short time later and “the magic happened”.
Not long after Jake and Jamie got the ball rolling Chris came on board, adding his bass guitar.
Then through Battle of Sounds the trio discovered Michaela who offered her amazing vocals upfront.
The sound Gandhi and the Ghosts offer comes from a wide variety of influences, they like to describe their music as “Hendrix doing covers of everything, with Aretha Franklin on vocals”.
The crew, who all have quirky Ninja Turtle nicknames, love performing live and get their biggest kick when the crowd is singing and dancing with them.
Bundy audiences have two great chances to catch Gandhi and the Ghosts performing live this weekend at Across the Waves on both Friday and Saturday night; you will not be disappointed!
To keep up to date with all the live music in and around Bundy this weekend head on over to the Bundy Gig Guide’s Facebook page.
And don’t forget to check out Gandhi and Ghosts Facebook page for more information about the band, upcoming gigs and for bookings.
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