“There are plenty of fine trumpeters in the world, but Eamon Dilworth’s own place in it stands distinctive ”
— Barry O’Sullivan Presenter of A Jazz Hour - Fine Music 102.5fm
Eamon Dilworth's Crawfish Po'Boys
Trumpeter & vocalist Eamon Dilworth presents the Crawfish Po’Boys celebrating the feel good coming together of the crescent city.
They’ll rollick through New Orleans songbook from Preservation Hall to Dr John whilst presenting their own songs inspired by their travels. It’s a fun sing along all inclusive affair bound to leave you smiling a little bigger than when you walked in.
Dilworth is well-known as a formidable trumpeter on the Sydney jazz scene, and also performs, records and/or arranges music in a multitude of other genres. He is a full -time member of Ed Kuepper/The Aints & Tijuana cartel and previously Caravana Sun & Hot Potato Band. He has released three acclaimed jazz albums as bandleader/composer for The Dilworths, Tiny Hearts and Viata. He has also performed with Ásgeir, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy and Nigel Kennedy among others.
The band is currently on tour around Australia & NZ in support of their latest offering “Crawfish Fiesta”
The Po’Boys launched in 2019 as a new creative phase for Dilworth, bringing together his experiences from these diverse styles to create danceable, social music for everyone. His debut EP "Crawfish Po'Boys" was released March 2019 and available at www.eamondilworth.com and on all online platforms.
“The music was sensational & the connection & rapport you built with the audience was just amazing, so much fun! You got the whole bar rocking, laughing & singing along - even me, & I never, ever sing in public!! Speaking for myself, I can honestly say that was the best night out I've had for ages - & I go out a LOT!”
— Caroline Buckingham Owner/ Licensee Butchers Brew Bar
You are invited to the Food & Wine Festival at Willie’s Boatshed & Pavilion, Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach | Friday 8 April 2022 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The event will feature some of the best local wineries and breweries, a casual "street food" dining experience, live music, family activities, entertainment and giveaways.
This is a family friendly event and is outdoors. Entry includes 3 hours of food, beverage, entertainment, parking and more.
Come celebrate the music of New Orleans and get down and funky! Everytime the Crawfish Po'boys get together down at the Gaspo it's always a hoot. This is a special line up for ONE NIGHT ONLY featuring: Ollie McGill (The Cat Empire) on piano Sarah Homeh - Voice & Bass Paul Derricott - Drums & thunder Eamon Dilworth - Trumpet & Vocals “So refreshing to hear the infectious vibes of New Orleans music infused with the grimier sides of swagger 50s roots coming out of Aus. Makes for potent and addictive love medicine! “ Nathan Cavaleri
Crawfish Po’boys is the brainchild of the trumpeter, songwriter and vocalist Eamon Dilworth (Tijuana Cartel, Ed Kuepper). Inspired by the city of New Orleans and it's heroes like Dr John, Professor Longhair and Kermit Ruffins, their music is a melting pot of Blues, street beats, funk & jazz together with a brass section to create the sound of a big street party. Dilworth is well-known as a formidable trumpeter on the Sydney jazz scene, and also performs, records and/or arranges music in a multitude of other genres. He is a full -time member of Ed Kuepper and The Aints, Tijuana Cartel & Low Down Riders and previously Caravana Sun & Hot Potato Band. He has also performed with Ásgeir, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy and Nigel Kennedy among others.
The Cabal, Little Bay, NSW
Now onto our 3rd edition of our monthly jazz afternoons at The Cabal we are this month celebrating the bar’s 2ND BIRTHDAY!!! Come join us for a drink & a bite bringing together of art and community in Little Bay. Hosted by Eamon Dilworth with his trio performing music of New Orleans
Great Southern Nights return to Abattoir Blues this March. Each night will showcase an ensemble of Sydney-based talent. $10 PP - includes a beverage on arrival.
👉🏻On March 25th, local legends Ruby Jackson, The New South Trio and Eamon Dilworth's Crawfish Po'Boys will showcase the best of the best in local talent. Join us over two spectacular evenings in the courtyard for an evening of drinks, food, music and entertainment.
We tried to get down earlier in the year for our sold-out Mardi Gras show but forces beyond our control said no! Trumpeter, songwriter and vocalist Eamon Dilworth is finally getting back to Pistol Pete's. Inspired by the music of Dr John, Professor Longhair and Kermit Ruffins they create the sound of a New Orleans street party. Dilworth is well-known as a formidable trumpeter on the Sydney jazz scene, joining him will be Tim Neal on Hammond & Mark Grunden on drums.
TICKETS are ENTRY ONLY Limited Tickets Available For all table & dinner bookings call 5221 0287
A swampy mash up of New Orleans B00gal00 jam band coming together in this configuration for the first time. Eamon & Clayton calling tunes from their own library & playing the hits of the crescent city. "If you're a fan of the Hammond Organ, then you need to become a fan of Clayton Doley. He's totally mastered the instrument" Peter Lauro - Mary4Music (USA) “So refreshing to hear the infectious vibes of Eamon’s New Orleans music infused with the grimier sides of swagger 50s roots coming out of Aus. Makes for potent and addictive love medicine!” – Nathan Cavaleri“ Dewhurst is an exceptional guitarist. He reinvents himself and his sound for different contexts, always playing with commitment, imagination and heart.” (SMH) ⭐️ Eamon Dilworth - Trumpet / Vocals ⭐️ Clayton Doley - Organ / Vocals ⭐️ Carl Dewhurst - Guitar ⭐️Paul Derricott - Drums
Trumpeter, songwriter and vocalist Eamon Dilworth is excited to announce the arrival of his new band the Crawfish Po’Boys. Inspired by the music of Dr John, Professor Longhair and Kermit Ruffins they create the sound of a New Orleans street party. Dilworth is well-known as a formidable trumpeter on the Sydney jazz scene, and also performs, records and/or arranges music in a multitude of other genres. What a way to start our New Orleans MARDI GRAS Music Festival weekend!