2001 National Tour
April 17 – June 27 & November 7, 2001 – 3 week tour of Music 2001 – In Concert Series to 12 venues in VIC & NSW
Melbourne, Moonee Ponds, Warrnambool, Warragul, Swan Hill, Shepparton, Bayswater, Bendigo, Echuca, Horsham, Warburton & Parramatta.
Jamie Redfern – Memories
Before he was old enough to vote Jamie Redfern had accrued an unprecedented list of accolades and achievements both internationally and in Australia. Jamie is a talented showman who has some incredible memories to share with his audiences. Jamie performs songs from Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Engelbert Humperdink, The Platters and Diana Ross – sharing with his audiences the music of the performers he worked with and befriended whilst abroad. These concerts are set to take audiences on an amazing journey.
Peter Cupples – A Tribute to Australian Music
Since his five years in the 1970’s with successful Australian band Stylus, Peter has continued to carve out a considerable niche in the Australian entertainment scene. His concert is an evocative tribute to five decades of Australian music from his favourite musical memories starting in the 1960’s and moving through to today. Featured songs include The Road to Gundagai, Peter Allen’s I Still Call Australia Home, the Easybeats Friday On My Mind and the gorgeous Max Merit and the Meteors’ Baby I’ve Been Watching You.
Frankie J Holden and Michelle Pettigrove – All in Love is Fair
Two of Australia’s best known performers, real life husband and wife team Frankie J Holden and Michelle Pettigrove present an wonderfully entertaining musical show about living and loving. Full of music the audience will love and plenty of laughs. Together Frank who has enjoyed an expansive career as a singer, actor and television personality, hosting ‘In Melbourne Tonight’ and Michelle best known for her long-running role in ‘A Country Practice’ present a show that will delight all. They sing (and dance) some of the greatest songs about love, marriage, children and all the facets of being a couple.
Creative Direction: Nava Clauscen