Standing up to political correctness

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Kevin Bloody Wilson will perform at Mittagong RSL Club on May 18. Photo supplied
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KEVIN Bloody Wilson doesn’t beat around the bush – and fans can expect no different at his upcoming shows.

On his latest tour, Kevin will make a stop in the Southern Highlands where he will declare Mittagong RSL Club a “politically-correct-free zone”.

It is this no nonsense brand of humour that helps Kevin connect with his fans.

Kevin takes pride in saying what other people are thinking.

“It’s the fact that I leapfrog political correctness – it’s taken a lot of common sense out of our conversations,” he said.

“Some people don’t want to offend others but personally I don’t give a f**k about it.”

Kevin will perform fan favourites including D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F., I Knew the Bride (When She Used to be a Mole) and Living Next Door to Alan.

Kevin said the best feedback he received on past tours was audience members reciting his lyrics.

“The songs were ignored by radio but it was never designed for it – to have people sing along means they exposed themselves to them quite a bit,” he said.

“It’s brought back a sense that it’s okay to be politically incorrect.”

Keeping it in the family, the special guest for the show will be Kevin’s daughter and comedian Jenny Talia.

Kevin said his daughter added a gender balance to the shows and many considered her as the female version of him.

“She was a great country singer and when she was backstage, she used to regender my songs with her girlfriends,” he said.

“She’s picked it up and ran with it – the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

Kevin Bloody Wilson will perform on Wednesday, May 18 from 7.30pm to 10pm at Mittagong RSL Club.

Tickets are $55 per person and can be purchased via mittagongrsl南京夜网419论坛/event/kevin-bloody-wilson

Mittagong RSL Club is located at the corner of Hume Highway and Bessemer Street, Mittagong.

Details: 4872 6700

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