Bathurst musician Lueth Ajak will assume vocal duties for a performance at the Victoria this Thursday paying tribute to the Red Hot Chili Peppers' seminal 1991 album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik.
Mr Ajak will be joined by Orange musicians James Buchanan [guitar], Quinn Luxford [bass] and Jacob Pickett [drums] under the band moniker 'The Power of Equality.'
"We're very excited to bring our performance of this fantastic record to Bathurst for the first time," Ajak said.
"There's so much synergy and artistry in each song, and each member of the band brings something unique and inventive to the table."
Blood Sugar Sex Magik was a breakthrough album for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, selling 13 million records worldwide and spawning the hits 'Under the Bridge' and 'Give it Away.'
Last year, 'The Power of Equality' performed the album to five sold out shows at Orange venue The Agrestic Grocer.
Mr Ajak said the performance will attract an audience looking for a challenging musical experience.
"There's so much energy in this album, and hardcore fans of the 'Chilis' are bound to enjoy it," he said.
The performance will get under way at 6pm. Tickets cost $25 and are available from Eventbrite.