An International Tribute
The magical sounds of The Everly Brothers come alive again with Australia’s very own Multi Award Winning vocal harmony Duo & Internationally Renowned The Robertson Brothers.
With half a million record sales, 22 Mo and ACE Awards, along with two ARIA and Golden Guitar nominations, The Robertson Brothers are one of Australia’s leading vocal groups.
Come and hear the magical hits and soaring harmonies that made The Everly Brothers the legends they are with hits such as ‘Bye Bye Love’, ‘Wake Up Little Susie’, ‘All I Have To Do Is Dream’, ‘Bird Dog’, ‘Let It Be Me’, ‘(Til) I Kissed You’, ‘Cathy’s Clown’, ‘Crying In The Rain’ and ‘When Will I Be Loved’ and many more together with a special celebration to other Rock n Roll legends of that era.
After a hugely successful run on the West End London – the show came to our Australian shores and sold out theatres all across the country!!
In this brand new production Scot Robin will showcase his unique talents that made the West End Producers proud & raving about his sensational performances as he performs all the classic Buddy Holly hits such as – ‘That’ll Be The Day’, ‘Peggy Sue’, ‘Raining In My Heart’, ‘Rave On’, ‘Maybe Baby’, ‘It’s So Easy’, ‘Everyday’ and of course ‘Oh Boy’, plus many many more!
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