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Richard Clapton

Richard Clapton as one of Australia’s foremost singer/songwriters, paved the way for subsequent generations of songwriters to write about the experience of being Australian. He grew up in Sydney in the 1960s before hopping a plane for London, and then later to Germany, where he wrote a first album, Prussian Blue (1973) which was one of the first major Australian “singer-songwriter” albums. One of the most popular songs from Prussian Blue was I Wanna Be A Survivor. We doubt he imagined then, how true that message would turn out to be. His songs are still omnipresent on the radio to this day; his records charting the political landscape of the nation and the turbulent lives of two generations. Like Americans Jackson Browne and Bruce Springsteen, Richard Clapton developed a sound based on melodic rock while his lyrics were poetic musings on his state of mind or the state of the nation. By 1975, when he released his highly acclaimed, No.1 hit Girls On The Avenue, Clapton had set the themes he was to explore for the coming decades. Over the following years there were a string of hits including the perennial favourites: Capricorn Dancer, Deep Water, I Am An Island, and many more. Richard mastered that most difficult of show business acts – the highwire that requires the balance of radio-friendly tunes and candid, from-the-heart, lyrics. He was a mentor to the younger artists like Jimmy Barnes, INXS and Cold Chisel and in 1981 INXS had him produce their second album, Underneath the Colours, they remain firm friends to this day. Since his first album in 1973, Richard has shown no signs of slowing down. He has released over 20 albums which have cumulatively sold over one million copies. He is the only rock artist to have received an Australia Council arts grant which enabled him to travel around the world writing new songs based on his experiences. In 1999 he was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and in 2014, his first memoir “The Best Years of Our Lives” was published by Allen and Unwin. The book connected with people of all generations because it was not only a story of Clapton’s journey, but it also documented the story of the lives of thousands of fans who had travelled the same road. Young people – fascinated by how it was “back in the day” also became a new generation of fans. The book continues to flourish, resonating with so many people in so many ways. In a career that now spans over 40 years Richard hasn’t passed through life in a luxurious rock star bubble. He has battled and succeeded at every step of the way and come through it intact as one of the world’s most cherished singer/songwriters with his legions of fans. He is a survivor, with a tale to tell. Recently Richard released his first cover album, entitled Music Is Love (1966-1970). A timely homage to the music of peace love & understanding; tunes of the American hippies from the late 1960’s; Richard Clapton’s unique versions of songs recorded by The Byrds, Crosby, Stills Nash & Young, Bob Dylan, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Band, Lovin’ Spoonful and more, sung as only Richard can. It is time for these songs to be resurrected lest they and the message they bear is lost for all time, and who better than Australia’s favourite hippie, Richard Clapton

Location Woodville Town Hall

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An Evening With Vika & Linda

Vika & Linda are the most loved vocal duo of their generation – admired and respected by fans and fellow artists, they’ve been singing together their entire lives. It all began in a church and from church to the charts Vika & Linda have enjoyed a remarkable musical journey. After three classic albums with the Black Sorrows, Vika & Linda have released seven studio albums, two live albums and a chart-topping anthology. They have sung on number one albums by Paul Kelly, Kasey Chambers and John Farnham, done gigs for the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela and the King of Tonga, and been nominated for four ARIA Awards. Vika & Linda present a very special show, accompanied by their close collaborator and producer Cameron Bruce on grand piano, in a concert that will truly showcase the rich beauty of their voices together. “Vika and Linda Bull have enchanted Australian music fans for the past three decades with their effervescent performance and effortless harmonies.” — Daily Telegraph

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Legendary Guitarist Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing in Adelaide, Goolwa and Barossa Region. The performances will feature music from their debut album 'Django’s Castle' and latest album 'Foolin’ With The Feds' including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics! Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts. Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ For the first time in South Australia!

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Legendary Guitarist Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing in Adelaide, Goolwa and Barossa Region. The performances will feature music from their debut album 'Django’s Castle' and latest album 'Foolin’ With The Feds' including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics! Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts. Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ For the first time in South Australia!

Location Goolwa Centenary Hall

subvenue Goolwa Centenary Hall

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Legendary Guitarist Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing in Adelaide, Goolwa and Barossa Region. The performances will feature music from their debut album 'Django’s Castle' and latest album 'Foolin’ With The Feds' including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics! Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts. Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ For the first time in South Australia!

Location Angaston Town Hall

subvenue Angaston Town Hall

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The Killer Queen Experience

Formed in 2003, The Killer Queen Experience has risen from a local Brisbane-based Queen Cover-band to an international touring show and is Australia’s most sought-after tribute act today. Meeting Queen in 2020 is the highlight of their career! Killer Queen has taken their show across the globe, including the UK, Norway, Singapore and India. In May 2019, Killer Queen performed in Russia for the first time. They have also shared the bill with the likes of Jeff Beck, Foreigner, Journey, Twisted Sister, Thin Lizzy and Kelly Rowland. John Blunt’s (lead singer) resemblance to Freddie Mercury is uncanny, appearing live to 7 million viewers on the French TV show “Qui Sera Le Meilleur Sosie? - Who will be the best impersonator” and John was chosen by UK’s ITV Channel 5 for the docu/drama “The Freddie Mercury Story – Who Wants to Live Forever”, a detailed look into the personal life and death of Freddie Mercury, screening in the UK, Europe and North America in 2016. This two-hour live show consists of all Queen's Greatest Hits (and stage costumes), including Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions, Somebody to Love, Radio Ga Ga, Another One Bites the Dust and many more. This will be an unforgettable Killer Queen Experience!

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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Santana & The Doobie Brothers Tribute

Fans of Santana and The Doobie Brothers are in for a treat with a dynamic live concert tribute performance from DINO JAG & THE MIGHTY BIG that will take you back to a special time when the music was real and you could lose yourself in the songs. The band, fronted by international award-winning singer songwriter Dino Jag features a dynamic lineup of Australia’s finest musicians together on stage to deliver a high-impacting two-hour show filled with all the big songs and foot-stomping, sing-along crowd favorites from these two iconic rock legends. 2020 marked a special year for The Doobie Brothers with the announcement of their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This milestone will be celebrated with performances of their biggest hits including Listen To The Music, Takin' It To The Streets, What A Fool Believes, Long Train Running and so many more. In 2021 Santana celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the release of his Grammy Award-winning album Supernatural and the 52nd anniversary of the legendary band’s performance at the 1969 Woodstock music festival. These two incredible milestones will also be celebrated during the show with some of the band’s classics including Black Magic Woman, Evil Ways, She’s Not There, Well Alright and Smooth. In a bizarre twist of fate, Dino Jag met Santana’s band at the age of 17 and got to jam with members of the band during the Australian tour. “It’s a crazy story which I’m looking forward to sharing with everyone at the concert,” says Dino Jag. Relive the music of these two supergroups with a special live concert jam packed with all the classic songs that will take you on a musical journey spanning more than 50 years of timeless music. Strap yourself in for a Mighty Big time!

Location Woodville Town Hall

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Richard Clapton

Richard Clapton as one of Australia’s foremost singer/songwriters, paved the way for subsequent generations of songwriters to write about the experience of being Australian. He grew up in Sydney in the 1960s before hopping a plane for London, and then later to Germany, where he wrote a first album, Prussian Blue (1973) which was one of the first major Australian “singer-songwriter” albums. One of the most popular songs from Prussian Blue was I Wanna Be A Survivor. We doubt he imagined then, how true that message would turn out to be. His songs are still omnipresent on the radio to this day; his records charting the political landscape of the nation and the turbulent lives of two generations. Like Americans Jackson Browne and Bruce Springsteen, Richard Clapton developed a sound based on melodic rock while his lyrics were poetic musings on his state of mind or the state of the nation. By 1975, when he released his highly acclaimed, No.1 hit Girls On The Avenue, Clapton had set the themes he was to explore for the coming decades. Over the following years there were a string of hits including the perennial favourites: Capricorn Dancer, Deep Water, I Am An Island, and many more. Richard mastered that most difficult of show business acts – the highwire that requires the balance of radio-friendly tunes and candid, from-the-heart, lyrics. He was a mentor to the younger artists like Jimmy Barnes, INXS and Cold Chisel and in 1981 INXS had him produce their second album, Underneath the Colours, they remain firm friends to this day. Since his first album in 1973, Richard has shown no signs of slowing down. He has released over 20 albums which have cumulatively sold over one million copies. He is the only rock artist to have received an Australia Council arts grant which enabled him to travel around the world writing new songs based on his experiences. In 1999 he was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and in 2014, his first memoir “The Best Years of Our Lives” was published by Allen and Unwin. The book connected with people of all generations because it was not only a story of Clapton’s journey, but it also documented the story of the lives of thousands of fans who had travelled the same road. Young people – fascinated by how it was “back in the day” also became a new generation of fans. The book continues to flourish, resonating with so many people in so many ways. In a career that now spans over 40 years Richard hasn’t passed through life in a luxurious rock star bubble. He has battled and succeeded at every step of the way and come through it intact as one of the world’s most cherished singer/songwriters with his legions of fans. He is a survivor, with a tale to tell. Recently Richard released his first cover album, entitled Music Is Love (1966-1970). A timely homage to the music of peace love & understanding; tunes of the American hippies from the late 1960’s; Richard Clapton’s unique versions of songs recorded by The Byrds, Crosby, Stills Nash & Young, Bob Dylan, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Band, Lovin’ Spoonful and more, sung as only Richard can. It is time for these songs to be resurrected lest they and the message they bear is lost for all time, and who better than Australia’s favourite hippie, Richard Clapton

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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An Evening With Vika & Linda

Vika & Linda are the most loved vocal duo of their generation – admired and respected by fans and fellow artists, they’ve been singing together their entire lives. It all began in a church and from church to the charts Vika & Linda have enjoyed a remarkable musical journey. After three classic albums with the Black Sorrows, Vika & Linda have released seven studio albums, two live albums and a chart-topping anthology. They have sung on number one albums by Paul Kelly, Kasey Chambers and John Farnham, done gigs for the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela and the King of Tonga, and been nominated for four ARIA Awards. Vika & Linda present a very special show, accompanied by their close collaborator and producer Cameron Bruce on grand piano, in a concert that will truly showcase the rich beauty of their voices together. “Vika and Linda Bull have enchanted Australian music fans for the past three decades with their effervescent performance and effortless harmonies.” — Daily Telegraph

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Legendary Guitarist Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing in Adelaide, Goolwa and Barossa Region. The performances will feature music from their debut album 'Django’s Castle' and latest album 'Foolin’ With The Feds' including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics! Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts. Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ For the first time in South Australia!

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Legendary Guitarist Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing in Adelaide, Goolwa and Barossa Region. The performances will feature music from their debut album 'Django’s Castle' and latest album 'Foolin’ With The Feds' including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics! Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts. Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ For the first time in South Australia!

Location Goolwa Centenary Hall

subvenue Goolwa Centenary Hall

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Hank Marvin Gypsy Jazz

Legendary Guitarist Hank Marvin with fellow virtuoso musicians Nunzio Mondia (accordion) Gary Taylor (rhythm guitar) and Pete Jeavons (double bass) will be performing in Adelaide, Goolwa and Barossa Region. The performances will feature music from their debut album 'Django’s Castle' and latest album 'Foolin’ With The Feds' including new interpretations of SHADOWS classics! Signed CD’s will be available for purchase at the concerts. Don’t miss the debut of HANK MARVIN GYPSY JAZZ For the first time in South Australia!

Location Angaston Town Hall

subvenue Angaston Town Hall

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The Killer Queen Experience

Formed in 2003, The Killer Queen Experience has risen from a local Brisbane-based Queen Cover-band to an international touring show and is Australia’s most sought-after tribute act today. Meeting Queen in 2020 is the highlight of their career! Killer Queen has taken their show across the globe, including the UK, Norway, Singapore and India. In May 2019, Killer Queen performed in Russia for the first time. They have also shared the bill with the likes of Jeff Beck, Foreigner, Journey, Twisted Sister, Thin Lizzy and Kelly Rowland. John Blunt’s (lead singer) resemblance to Freddie Mercury is uncanny, appearing live to 7 million viewers on the French TV show “Qui Sera Le Meilleur Sosie? - Who will be the best impersonator” and John was chosen by UK’s ITV Channel 5 for the docu/drama “The Freddie Mercury Story – Who Wants to Live Forever”, a detailed look into the personal life and death of Freddie Mercury, screening in the UK, Europe and North America in 2016. This two-hour live show consists of all Queen's Greatest Hits (and stage costumes), including Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions, Somebody to Love, Radio Ga Ga, Another One Bites the Dust and many more. This will be an unforgettable Killer Queen Experience!

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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Santana & The Doobie Brothers Tribute

Fans of Santana and The Doobie Brothers are in for a treat with a dynamic live concert tribute performance from DINO JAG & THE MIGHTY BIG that will take you back to a special time when the music was real and you could lose yourself in the songs. The band, fronted by international award-winning singer songwriter Dino Jag features a dynamic lineup of Australia’s finest musicians together on stage to deliver a high-impacting two-hour show filled with all the big songs and foot-stomping, sing-along crowd favorites from these two iconic rock legends. 2020 marked a special year for The Doobie Brothers with the announcement of their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This milestone will be celebrated with performances of their biggest hits including Listen To The Music, Takin' It To The Streets, What A Fool Believes, Long Train Running and so many more. In 2021 Santana celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the release of his Grammy Award-winning album Supernatural and the 52nd anniversary of the legendary band’s performance at the 1969 Woodstock music festival. These two incredible milestones will also be celebrated during the show with some of the band’s classics including Black Magic Woman, Evil Ways, She’s Not There, Well Alright and Smooth. In a bizarre twist of fate, Dino Jag met Santana’s band at the age of 17 and got to jam with members of the band during the Australian tour. “It’s a crazy story which I’m looking forward to sharing with everyone at the concert,” says Dino Jag. Relive the music of these two supergroups with a special live concert jam packed with all the classic songs that will take you on a musical journey spanning more than 50 years of timeless music. Strap yourself in for a Mighty Big time!

Location Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

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