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Kevin Borich – Noosa Heads Surf Club – November 2019

Posted by on Nov 4, 2019

As part of his upcoming national tour over the next three months, Kevin Borich is playing a gig at The Noosa Heads Surf Club on the Sunshine Coast on Saturday 9 November 2019. 

This show is free entry before 9:00 pm and then $10 for members and $15 for non-members of this Club after then at the door on the night.



With a professional career spanning 47 years, Kevin Borich has done it all.  Beginning with the LA- DE- DA’S in New Zealand, writing the classic hit ‘Gonna See My Baby Tonight’, to his KEVIN BORICH EXPRESS and The PARTY BOYS, Kevin has performed at some of the biggest Rock events Australia has seen. 

La De Da’s

The Historical SUNBURY Festivals – the ROCKARENAS in the 70’s with crowds of 60,000 people, featuring FLEETWOOD MAC, THE LITTLE RIVER BAND & SANTANA (with whom he was invited on stage to play with). The New Years Event at the Sydney Opera House with 170,000 people telecast live nationally and internationally to Japan at that time, a first!  Numerous support shows for international acts, ELTON JOHN, STATUS QUO, JEFF BECK, BUDDY GUY & PETER FRAMTON  to name a few.

 From your local to the big events, he has carved out a revered reputation in the Australian Music Industry, performing his music with a youthful exuberance, – giving extra meaning to the word LONGEVITY.  Kevin has played and recorded with artists such as Renee’ Geyer `Blues License’ – Dutch Tilders `The Blues Had a Baby ‘- Richard Clapton `Prussian Blue’, Jamming with Carlos twice, also with Bo Diddley, Richie Blackmore (Deep Purple), Ron Wood (Rolling Stones), John Mayall, Taj Mahal & members of Living Colour. Overseas tours and tours with Jimmy Barnes, Renee’ Geyer, Mark Hunter, and being Co-Founder member, and author of the Party Boys name have added spice to his career.

Well known for his high-energy electric guitar style, his performance is hailed throughout the music industry as world-class.  He also starred in the hugely successful 18 ‘Sold Out’ Australia wide ‘Long Way To The Top’ 2002 arena concerts.

 He also performed on the 2003 Melbourne International Music & Blues Festival featuring Tony Joe White, John Mayall and Ray Charles.  In recognition of His contribution to Australian music and blues culture, he was inducted into the Australian Blues Foundation Hall of Fame.

John Mayall / Kevin Borich Melbourne Fest. 2003

Kevin has added a 1930’s National Steel acoustic guitar in his show.  This “laid-back” acoustic style is a very well-received addition to his Shows providing a mellower base from which to launch later into electric Land, with Fender Strat and Gibson Firebird slide guitar.

There is a new OFFICIAL website – Where his new CD “TOTEM” is available featuring his son Lucius [COG – The Nerve] Drumming on 3 tracks – Holly Borich [vocals] – Harry Brus [bass]  – Paul Wheeler [Drums] – Steve Hall [Horns] Doc Span [Harp]  – Tim Partridge [bass] – Mick Skelton [Drums]  – Peter Hudson [Drums] – Tim Finnegan [Upright Bass] – Ross Nixon [Keys]  – Nick O’Donnell – [guitar, organ, vocals & Producing with Kevin.]


1977 – Australian Rock Music Awards – Best Guitarist        

1978 – Australian Rock Music Awards – Best Guitarist1978 – Concert of The Year Award (Marconi Club)

1983 – Ampex Golden Reel Award
1983 – The Party Boys – LP EMI Gold Record

1983 – Live at Several 21st (Party Boys) EMI Gold Record1987 – He’s Gonna Step on You (Party Boys) EMI Gold Record1999 – Australian Blues Music Festival – Heritage Award

2003 – Australian Blues Hall of Fame

2011 – Voted in AUSTRALIAN GUITARIST Magazine as one of the All-time great OZ Guitarists.

2014 – Mentioned as one of the Top 10 Australian Guitarists in the NSW Sunday Telegraph.

Some things the press have had to say…


KB has been at the pinnacle of the Rock, R&B and Blues music scene
since he came to Oz from NZ with the La De Das in the mid 60’s.  From that time he has maintained a reputation for high-energy performances and musical excellence.  Kevin has played/ recorded or jammed with Renee Geyer, Carlos Santana, Bo Diddley, Ritchie Blackmore, Ron Wood, John Mayall and Taj Mahal.  He was a founding member of the Party Boys who undertook tours with Joe Walsh and is truly a guitar-playing legend.

         Kevin Borich Express /Joe Walsh (The Eagles) at Taree 2004



Borich has established himself as a major guitarist in Australia, maintaining a hectic touring schedule and gaining high praise from all sources.  If Borich were American, he would be treated the same way as Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan and have a major record deal…

If licks could kill…

One of Kevin Borich’s biggest moments was in 1977 when he jammed with Carlos Santana before 60,000 at the Rock Arena megashows in Sydney and Melbourne.  Santana would say of the Australian, “He’s amazing.  He sounds so much like Jimi Hendrix yet has an individual style.  He presents his music honestly and is one of the best guitarists I’ve heard.” 

Carlos Santana / Kevin Borich 1977 Calder Raceway

More to the point was a message scribbled on the walls of the famous Newcastle Star Hotel -“if licks could kill, Kevin Borich would be doing hard time”.

For close on thirty years, Borich has been thrilling audiences with his dynamic brand of blistering boogie.  Hailed by rock and blues audiences alike, Borich is one of the few artists who successfully straddles the two genres, loved and revered in both as a wicked songwriter, performer and guitarist.  With sheer guitar-driven ecstasy loaded with passion and raunch, Kevin Borich will take you on a musical epic from the deepest blues to the potent force that made him one of our hottest rockers and a phenomenal ax-man.                     

Brisbane Hilton

ROCKIN’ BLUES WITH A FUNKY SOUND – Robert Dunstan `Rip it Up’

Those who witnessed Kevin Borich when he blasted thru town earlier this year would agree that the musician has lost none of the blues-rock touch that saw him pick up many awards and accolades in the ‘70s as this country’s best guitar player.  His dazzling fretboard skills have also seen musicians such as Carlos Santana and Ritchie (Deep Purple) Blackmore, Bo Diddley and John Mayall happily invite him on to stage to jam.    

Kevin Borich is a vital part of the Live Music Heritage in Australia.  It is one thing to listen to an artist on CD; you HAVE to see KB perform live.  It is a must!! 

 Deb Morrice `RAVE’ Brisbane

There are a lot of personal highlights for me….  I remember when like every other young man I was playing air guitar, and one of the things I played air guitar to was Kevin Borich doing “All Along The Watchtower” who I think did it even better than Hendrix.  He’s been part of our musical lives for a long time.  He came over the Tasman in the La De Das and he’s been rocking ever since.  We love him, he’s Kevin Borich!

Glen A. Baker – Gimme Ted Benefit Concert


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Kevin Borich interview with Scenestr:

Blues on Broaroadbeach with Kevin Borich:

Kevin Borich Express Live at The Bridge Hotel – Hot Fest

         >>> !!! EXPERIENCE THE NEW ALBUM> TOTEM !! –  Now available at  & at his shows.