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