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The Real Deal Live and Onstage!

Why see a tribute show when you can experience the real deal? With a line-up that includes Australia's first King of Pop Normie Rowe, the Queen of the Mods Dinah Lee and Australia's King of Country Rock Jade Hurley, 3 Legends in Concert brings together Australian musical royalty on one stage. They really are the real deal!


The trio brings back the energy and excitement from the "wonder years" of the Sixties ... the perfect reflection of an era. The audience is guaranteed a sensational show of great music and wonderful memories, proudly presented by Bob McKinnon and Brian Fogarty.

Normie Rowe AM was Australia's first King of Pop and arguably the biggest pop star of the sixties. Defying the logic of the times, Normie's period of peak popularity came when the Beatles dominated the charts around the world. It was the period of popular music where most established solo singers were suddenly banished from the charts, and young singers

joined or formed bands. And yet, here was this Melbourne teenager creating pop riots and becoming the first Melbourne recording artist to achieve a national Australian No.1.

With hits including Shakin' All Over, Ohh La La, and It Ain't Necessarily So, he has starred in a myriad of stage shows, including Annie, Chess, Evita and Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. He has literally – done it all!

Dinah Lee (the one-and-only Queen of the Mods) is a New Zealand born superstar with her International Number One Hits Don't You Know Yockomo, Reet Petite and Do the Blue Beat. She is widely acknowledged as New Zealand's greatest musical import to Australia.

Jade Hurley OAM, dubbed by Johnny O'Keefe as "Australia's King of Country Rock", is Australia's very own "Piano Man" with the unique "record" that every record he has released has achieved Gold, Platinum or Double Status in Australia and New Zealand.

Don't miss the chance to relive all the great memories and all the great songs of the sixties when these three music legends come together for one night only across three local venues!

Laycock Street Theatre

When: Thursday 24th March, 2022 - 2pm Matinee & 7.30pm

Club Forster

When: Saturday 26th March 2022 - 8pm

Cessnock Performing Arts Centre

When: Sunday 27th March 2022 - 2pm Matinee


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