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International Grammy and multi-Platinum singer, songwriter and musician, Boz Scaggs, brings Memphis and his hits to the State Theatre Sydney on Saturday 12 April.
Boz received a Grammy nomination for Come On Home, an album of R&B classics and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz chart with But Beautiful, a compilation of standards.
International multi-Platinum soft-rock icons, Air Supply, return to Australia and performing at the State Theatre, Sydney on Friday 29 November, as part of their Hits & Memories Tour.
Air Supply has since produced eight global hits, seven of which equalled The Beatles run of consecutive top five singles, amassed sales of over 40 million albums and is a constant on radio programming.
Graham is honoured with two BMA Million-Air Certificates which recognise over three million radio plays for Lost in Love (1980’s Song of The Year and fastest selling single worldwide) and All Out of Love, while The One That You Love, Sweet Dreams and Making Love Out of Nothing At All, are well on the way to reaching that achievement. Other singles to dominate the charts are Every Woman In The World, Love and Other Bruises, All That You Want, Two Less Lonely People in The World, Even The Nights Are Better, Without You, The Power of Love (You Are My Lady) and Here I Am (Just When You Thought I Was Over You).
Air Supply first found international audiences opening for Rod Stewart and now hold enthusiastic fans captive in huge venues on their own lavish tours, which have smashed attendance records.
Career highlights include pioneering new markets as the first Western act to tour to China, Taiwan and other countries not previously open to our pop culture, performing in Havana to an audience of 175,000 the night before Hurricane Dennis lashed Cuba, participating in Australia’s Bi-Centennial celebrations in the presence of HRH Prince Charles and HRH Princess Diana and an induction into the New York Ride of Fame campaign - where the Gray Line bestows a bus in honour of exemplary community figures.
Air Supply is one of Australia’s most successful acts, performing 150 shows around the world annually and are delighted to be heading ‘home’ at the end of the year, after commitments in the Cayman Islands, Mexico, Hong Kong, USA, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Burma, Japan, Chile, Canada and more.
You’ll be Lost in Love with the rich, beautiful melodies and soaring harmonies from the legends of soft rock and power ballads, Air Supply, at the State Theatre Sydney on Friday 29 November.
The Village People return to Sydney
Artist Network and WSFM presents…
The one and only VILLAGE PEOPLE, with special guests Glenn Leonard’s Temptations and former ladies of The Supremes, will return to Sydney for ONE exclusive show at Enmore Theatre on Saturday October 12.
With sales in excess of 100 million recordings, VILLAGE PEOPLE earnt their status as the Kings of Disco having become an instant phenomenon in the ‘70s and ‘80s with hits YMCA, In the Navy, San Francisco, In Hollywood, Macho Man, Go West, Can't Stop the Music and more.
The 6 man super group consisting of three original members, Felipe Rose (Native American Indian), Alex Briley (GI/soldier) and David Hodo (construction worker), are joined by Ray Simpson (lead singer/cop), Jim Newman (new Cowboy) and Eric Anzalone (biker) and have been performing together for fans worldwide for 36 years.
In 2008 VILLAGE PEOPLE received a ‘Star’ on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and created a new Guinness World Record when more than 40,000 fans did ''YMCA'' moves while they performed the song. They starred in their own 1980 feature movie Can’t Stop the Music which remains a popular cult film around the world.
“We are really excited to be part of Cruise N Groove. And to have the opportunity to perform again at the Enmore Theatre for our Sydney fans before we fly back to the US tops off yet another great experience Down Under”, said Village People lead singer/cop, Ray Simpson.
Glenn Leonard’s Temptations deliver the original Temptations sound like never before! Former member of the original group, Glenn Leonard performed as their lead tenor for almost 10 years and recorded 10 albums with the super group.
Scherrie Payne and Lynda Laurence, formerly of The Supremes were two genuine members of the Motown signed and recorded Supremes and graciously endorsed by Diana Ross. The third singer of their group is Joyce Vincent (of Tony Orlando & Dawn fame). Since their formation in 1986 they have acquired impressive accolades with recordings and sold out performances all over the world.
Dancing shoes to be ready, trade-mark moves rehearsed as fans gear up for a jam packed night showcasing the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s with a smorgasbord of smash hits, outrageous fun, energetic choreography, bumping and grinding, singing, and cool Motown moves.
ONE SHOW ONLY! Enmore Theatre, Saturday 12 October.
On sale 17 June. For tickets click here for Ticketek or call box office 9550 3666.
Cruise N Groove information go to www.chooseyourcruise.tv