His name is Rob Bax, but he prefers to be known simply, as Baxy.
By day Baxy helps run the Mount Isa Discovery caravan park but by night he is a mean bobcat driver and Mount Isa will soon get a chance to see his skills.
Baxy will be behind the wheels of the machine for some bobcat dancing when the Mount Isa Blast hits town later this month.
This is not the first time Baxy goes bobcat dancing as he was involved in the two previous Queensland Music Festival events in town that involved the loaders, both well over 10 years ago.
"You get them up on the front wheel and you spin them around, we do synchronised stuff, a couple of tricks and all that," Baxy said.
"In the second one we were like a little dog, following the main singer around. It was down the creek in those days, they were wicked nights."
Baxy made tipping these huge machines on their side sound almost easy, which it isn't.
"They are hard on your body, there is no suspension in them," he said.
"But there is a balance point in them. For the Blasts we had to source a bobcat with direct controls not a pilot control otherwise there is too much delay in it."
Baxy has a history of making the dangerous look easy.
"I used to be a rodeo clown before my kids," he said.
"Yelvertoft was having a rodeo years ago and they needed a clown and I thought aw, I'm a rider so I'll put my hand up for it, I got smashed that night."
When asked was he looking forward to this year's Blast, he replied, "I think the kids are!"
"It was pretty hard to get footage of the first two times we did it so they'll be out with the phones this time," he said.
The Mount Isa Blast takes off over three days at Buchanan Park Rodeo Arena from July 25-27.
Tickets are free however you must register at the QMF website.
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