Talent shines in a night to remember
Venue: Brisbane City Hall
Date: July 20, 2013
Review by SHIRLEY BROUN
I EXITED the Brisbane City Hall on Saturday night thinking `wow’ what a tremendous show and what a shame the rest of Australia couldn’t have been with me to witness the event.
Tina Arena, Doug Parkinson & Christine Anu. Photo by Shelley Garrod.… Members read the rest!
Brisbane to host music’s top artists
THE music of the Bee Gees, presented by some of Australia’s top performers will be a major highlight of the City of Brisbane’s Queensland Music Festival this weekend.
Event producer and musical coordinator Ken Laing has brought together some of the country’s finest musicians for the performance on Friday and Saturday night, July 19 and 20 at which Australia’s top stars will present the hits of the Bee Gees in the `How Deep is Your Love’ concert at Brisbane City Hall.… Members read the rest!
The Maestro lives on through his music
By SHIRLEY BROUN
Maestro Tommy Tycho … lives on through his music.
“Tommy Tycho had the ability to bring out the best in performers and encourage them to rise above their abilities. He was the ultimate Musical Director, conductor, arranger, performer, composer and Maestro,” said Ken Laing, friend and manager for over 30 years.… Members read the rest!
An Australian legend takes his final bow
On With the Show’s
Flashback to Variety Today 1992
and its Gold Coast Media award-winning tribute to Peter Allen
Peter Allen – the ultimate entertainer
THERE is no denying Peter Allen was the ultimate showman. His untimely death on June 18, 1992 from cancer at the early age of 48 shocked the world and left his Australian entertainment industry peers stunned.
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