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Feel The Vibe With Soulcutz At Airlie Beach Hotel

“Barber by day / singer by night”

This is how Soulcutz, performer and band manager, Benson, describes himself.

Operating as a barber under the same title, Benson loves his 50/50 lifestyle, weekdays cutting hair and weekends performing in front of crowds on stage.

You may remember Soulcutz from the X Factor in 2014, where they reached the top 12.

Since then, the A-list musicians have been regular performers at Eat Street Northshore in Brisbane and they are now excited to be sharing their unique vibe at The Pub, Airlie Beach Hotel.

Bringing entertainment for the young and the young at heart with a repertoire spanning four decades, Soulcutz have the ability to sound like both Shaggy and The Bee Gees!

They also proudly exhibit outstanding dance moves that mimic Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Elvis Presley to name a few.

Impersonation is one part of their show that makes them stand out amongst other bands and along with their jokes and crowd interactions, it’ll make for an entertaining evening you’ll always remember.

As an audience member you will feel part of the act said Benson.

“Our audiences are equal, they are part of us,” added Benson.

“You feel part of the group, you’re not treated inferior, our audiences are part of the show and it’s lots of fun.”

This is their first-time visiting Airlie Beach, and they cannot wait to meet the crowd and feed off their energy for a great evening.

“I love performing, seeing smiles on people’s faces, making people happy and feeding off vibes - it’s a great feeling.”

Performing a mix of Motown, soul, R & B, rock, country, reggae and old much-loved classics, Soulcutz provide a sing-along experience for all music lovers.

Benson has one thing to say to us, “Be there guys, be there!”

WHAT: Soulcutz
WHERE: The Pub, Airlie Beach Hotel
WHEN: Saturday 6 July & Sunday 7 July at 2pm – 5.30pm
TICKETS: You don’t need them! But booking a table is recommended

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