Some of Oz rock’s biggest names will be making their way to the Hunter Valley in March 2021, in what is shaping up to be a massive return of live music in wine country.
Kicking off on Saturday 27 March at Roche Estate, Sunset Sounds 2021 offers up an all-killer-no-filler bill of fare, led by the inimitable Daryl Braithwaite.
Hot on the heels of his banging 2020 single Love Songs, expect Daryl to be in full flight, or is that gallop, as the ARIA Hall of Famer rips through his litany of classics such as The Horses, As The Days Go By, One Summer and, of course, all of those timeless Sherbet hits.
If the Howzat hitmaker wasn’t enough to get you over the line, surely the inclusion of Cold Chisel sonic architect and formidable solo artist in his own right, Ian Moss, one of of the hardest working bands in the country The Black Sorrows, and the dulcet tones of Little River Band and Axion frontman Glen Shorrock will have any self-respecting fan of classic Aussie tunes saying “shut up and take my money.”
And with the rest of the lineup reading like a who’s who of Australian hitmakers, Sunset Sounds 2021 promises to be one for the ages. Especially when you’re talking the likes of Kate Ceberano, Ross Wilson, Richard Clapton, Thirsty Merc, Dragon, Russell Morris, Shannon Noll, 1927, and Matt Finish.
How good is that?
Oh, and let’s not forget iconic Choirboys frontman and laconic raconteur Mark Gable, who will be taking on MC duties as well as ripping into a song or two!
Sunset Sounds offers up hours of hits and memories from thirteen of Australia’s most well-loved ’70s, ’80s and ’90s hitmakers gracing the stage and taking a whole generation back to a time when rock ‘n roll was a way of life and there wasn’t a camera phone in sight.
There’s sure to be a whole lot of reminiscing and more than a few sing-alongs from the crowd.
SUNSET SOUNDS 2021
SATURDAY 27 MARCH
The Black Sorrows
Special Guest MC: Mark Gable of the Choirboys
Tickets are on sale here at 10am on Tuesday 24 November. Venue and ticket outlet pre-sales kick off from 10am on Friday 20 November.