He’s been “The Voice” of Australian music for more than 50 years.
And, now, Hunter audiences can enjoy the hits of John Farnham in a specially-designed show at Performance Arts Culture Cessnock (PACC) on Saturday 11 March from 8pm.
Presented by Rockroom Productions, the concert features Australia’s Got Talent (AGT) finalist Mike Vee, who’ll lead the legendary vocalist’s fans on a trip down memory lane.
Voted by his peers as the nation’s greatest singer of all time, Farnham is also the only Australian to boast a number one record in five consecutive decades.
So, the You’re The Voice band recreates the sound, energy and the feel of a touring “Whispering Jack” show in a theatre setting.
Vee’s uncanny resemblance to Farnham’s voice and his monstrous stage presence is sure to win over any crowd.
He was a finalist in the well-known TV series AGT singing Farnham’s hit Help.
Plus, the members of the band are seasoned Hunter Valley and Tamworth musicians with many years of experience in their field.
You’re The Voice has without doubt recreated the vigour and magic of a full “live” Farnham concert.
Opening the first act in an acoustic style, Vee’s vocals are the closest that you can get to the real thing and he prides himself on his tones and stage presence.
You’re The Voice has tirelessly worked on creating attention to the musical detail of the songs that they perform.
So, you won’t be disappointed about the quality of entertainment.
You can expect to hear all your favourite tracks such as Pressure Down, Burn For You, Two Strong Hearts, A Touch of Paradise, That’s Freedom and many more.
Hurry and grab your tickets before Sadie The Cleaning Lady mops them all up.
Book at mypacc.com.au or phone the Box office team on (02) 4993 4266.
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