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Australian axman Dave Hole comes up from down under

And electric blues is clearly where Hole is most comfortable, although several of the tunes he plays on Working A Big Bill Broonzy's "Key to the Highway," Muddy's "I Can't Be Satisfied," the lovely original instrumental "Berwick Road" (written about his long-time family home in England), and his "Terraplane Blues" update, "Mean Old Airplane," are influenced by his acoustic elders. The other seven songs, all original, demonstrate hard-rock sensibilities (the title track, "Nobody Hears Me Crying") such as those displayed by Johnny Winter in the Seventies. "To me," Hole reflects, "music is music. I don't particularly like to be categorized. My first love of music is blues. But over the years I've played a lot of rock and roll, and so my style of blues is very much rocked out. I think I fall squarely between blues and rock and roll."

And after you hear Dave Hole, you'll realize that's a very noice playce t'be, really.

Dave Hole performs at 9:00 p.m. Saturday at the Stephen Talkhouse, 616 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 531-7557. Tickets cost $10 and $15.

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