Bill Bailey has explained to Mick and Jane on Kennedy Molloy exactly how you play one of his many instruments, the theremin.
The theremin's an instrument played without touching it, which meant the guys had to get Bailey, who joined Kennedy Molloy on Tuesday, to explain how it works.
"It's an instrument you play where you don't actually touch it," he said.
"It's got an aerial and a volume loop. It looks like a child's drawing of a robot.
"Basically, you move your hand closer to it and it makes a 'woooooo' sound.
"It was used in the B movies. The Day The Earth Stood Still uses it.
"It looks cool! I'm moving my hands back and forward."
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BILL BAILEY'S AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES:
PERTH RIVERSIDE THEATRE OCTOBER 4 & 5
DARWIN ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER
CAIRNS CONVENTION CENTRE THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER
TOWNSVILLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE SATURDAY 13 OCTOBER
TOOWOOMBA EMPIRE THEATRE MONDAY 15 OCTOBER
BRISBANE QPAC CONCERT HALL OCTOBER 16, 17, 18
GOLD COAST STAR THEATRE SATURDAY 27 OCTOBER
MACKAY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE MONDAY 29 OCTOBER
ROCKHAMPTON PILBEAM THEATRE WEDNESDAY 31 OCTOBER
MELBOURNE HAMER HALL NOVEMBER 2, 3, 4, 5
GEELONG DEAKIN’S COSTA HALL TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER
WOLLONGONG TOWN HALL THURSDAY 8 NOVEMBER