Catch the Gravy Man on the road this Winter.
Paul Kelly today announced a 24-show East coast regional tour with his band through July and August for their On the Road Again tour.
Catch up on all the latest touring news here.
The ARIA Hall of Famer’s band includes Vika and Linda Bull, Bill McDonald, Peter Luscombe, Ash Naylor, and Cameron Bruce who he said have really missed each other over the last eighteen months as shows after shows were first postponed then cancelled”.
“We put our toe in the water with a one-off New Year’s Eve performance for TV but now we’re really looking forward to stretching out and playing music night after night,” he said.
“We want to see the whites of your eyes, you lovers of sound, joy and fury; we want to charge the air around us and change each other and send you home singing into the night”.
The album features 12 adaptations of Kelly’s original catalogue which Grabowsky transcribed and adapted for a piano and voice combination.
Grabowsky described the album as an “ongoing fascination with music in its many forms”.
If Kelly’s persistence at 66 years of age in producing new albums is anything to go by, there sure is going to be a lot of energy in this tour.
General public tickets will go on sale on May 20, while Frontier Members will have access on May 18.
Paul Kelly – On the Road Again 2021 Regional Tour
Thursday July 1 – Caloundra, Kings Theatre, QLD
Friday July 2 – Toowoomba, Empire Theatre, QLD
Saturday July 3 – Gold Coast, HOTA Theatre, QLD
Sunday July 4 – Ipswich, Civic Centre, QLD
Tuesday July 13 – Rockhampton, Pilbeam Theatre, QLD
Wednesday July 14 – Mackay, Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre, QLD
Thursday July 15 – Cairns, Cairns Performing Arts Centre, QLD
Saturday July 17 – Port Douglas, Yacht Club, QLD
Tuesday July 20 – Meeniyan, Meeniyan Town Hall, VIC
Wednesday July 21 – Meeniyan, Meeniyan Town Hall, VIC
Friday July 23 – Hobart, Odeon Theatre, TAS
Tuesday July 27 – Warrnambool, Lighthouse Theatre, VIC
Wednesday July 28 – Warrnambool, Lighthouse Theatre, VIC
Thursday July 29 – Bendigo, Ulumbarra Theatre, VIC
Friday July 30 – Geelong, Costa Hall, VIC
Saturday July 31 – Ballarat, Her Majesty’s Theatre, VIC
Wednesday August 4 – Merimbula, Club Sapphire, NSW
Thursday August 5 – Thirroul, Anita’s Theatre, NSW
Saturday August 7 – Bathurst, Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, NSW
Sunday August 8 – Newcastle, Civic Centre, NSW
Wednesday August 11 – Forster, Club Forster, NSW
Thursday August 12 – Coffs Harbour, The Hoey Moey, NSW
Friday August 13 – Tamworth, Tamworth War Memorial Town Hall, NSW
Saturday August 14 – Yamba, Yamba Bowling Club, NSW
Head to Paul Kelly’s website for all the dates and details.