Coming to Adelaide & Tanunda
Coming to Port Pirie, Port Lincoln, Whyalla
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Northern Festival Centre Pt Pirie 8633 8500
Nautilus Arts Centre Port Lincoln 8621 2351
Middleback Arts Centre Whyalla 8644 7300
Barossa Arts Centre 8561 4299
30 November – 4 December 2021
Port Pirie, Port Lincoln, Whyalla, Tanunda & Adelaide
Rockabilly Rocks – high octane rhythms and classic hip-shakin’ Rock n’ Roll from a COOL cast of multi-awarded, charismatic copy cats and a HOT house band.
Oh Boy! Good Golly Miss Molly! and Great Balls of Fire!!!!
There’s over 2 hours of mega-hits and memories from Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bill Haley, Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Little Richard, Fats Domino, Eddie Cochrane and more
Brody Finlay has filled those Blue Suede Shoes since he was 5 and has Aus/NZ Top 3 and World Top 20 notches on his rhinestone encrusted belt. The 2018 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist (VIVA Surfers Paradise) and 2019 Universal Tribute Artist (Parkes Elvis Festival) will make you swoon!
James Nation-Ingle has performed in more than 50 musicals, is a touring musician and plays Bill Haley in Rockabilly Rocks. James is thrilled to return to the rock n’ roll stage with this production.
Ezra Lee has nailed vintage rock with his untamed interpretations of the wild giants who pioneered explosive, rumbling piano techniques. He channels the trail blazers Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and Fats Domino to perfection.
Melissa McCaig unwraps the tender songs from a legend who was at the top of the charts with Sweet Nothings before she was a teenager. Mel has shared the stage as lead vocalist with the SA Police Band for over decade and garnered rave reviews for musicals, cabaret and theatre performances such as Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, London’s 606 Club, Flat On Your Bacharach and Women With Standards.
Scott Cameron is the ultimate showman portraying his hero, Buddy Holly, over 3,000 times in multiple productions. He has owned the role globally on stages from London’s West End , USA, Spain and back home, on the small and big screens in documentaries and independent films.
His transformation is amazing and while the critics have Raved On, it’s the endorsement of the Holly family and late Peggy Sue Gerron in keeping the legacy alive, of which he is most proud.
The TIC (Tribute in Concert Band) is the home grown house band led by Musical Director Jason Russo. If you’ve been to any of the Elvis festivals, there’s a chance you may have danced the night away to these next generation pioneers who
have captured the sounds of the original TCB Band and other acts of the day.
Don’t Be Lonesome Tonight, ditch those Summertime Blues and BOOK NOW!!!