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Don't miss: Bob Log III in Dublin and Belfast

Bob Log III's Irish tour hits Belfast tomorrow night

BOB Log III is back in Belfast again tomorrow evening for another raucous display of slide guitar-powered mayhem, this time at an early-doors show at Voodoo.

If you've not seen this Tuscon Arizona musical maverick before, be advised that ol' Bob is a one-man band who specialises in delivering his very own brand of foot-stomping, boob-in-scotch prompting, inflatable raft-launching rock 'n' blooz fun every time he dons his special microphone enhanced helmet and snazzy jumpsuit.

Raised on a diet of Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and AC/DC, the Logster's rock'n'roll worldview was set at an early age.

"That's what rock'n'roll is to me," he has said.

"You take a guitar, turn it up and have a good time… everyone else can go listen to Pearl Jam if they want to."

The Belfast show will be Bob's final stop on a five date Irish tour which kicked off earlier this week with gigs in Drogheda, Clonakilty and Cork and which also calls at Dublin's Grand Social tonight.

Things may get rowdy.

:: Belfast tickets £12 via Ticketmaster outlets

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