Golden Boys to rock Penrith’s Joan

November 15, 2017 by  

Three of Australia’s most popular rock and rollers will return for a single performance of their previously successful show at the Joan next week, as part of the Morning Melodies series.

‘The Golden Boys of Aussie Rock’n’Roll’ will feature Lucky Starr, Bob Howe, and Roland Storm in a 90-minute performance in the Concert Hall. Morning Melodies are known for providing live music in small groups such as trios or quartets.

Lucky Starr, alias Leslie Morrison, first achieved fame in 1962 with his rendition of the Geoff Mack song ‘I’ve Been Everywhere’, which includes amusing lyrics made from various tongue-twister place names in Australia. Starr has appeared extensively on television, both as a performer and host.

Bob Howe is a well-known multi-instrumentalist and vocalist in both the rock-and-roll and country music arenas.

Roland Storm is an award-winning performer and recording artist whose fame spreads through more than 25 countries.

A performance of this kind would be the ideal opportunity for long-time fans to meet and chat to these stalwart Australian performers. There may be programmes, flyers, or brochure printing available on the day, for those who wish to obtain autographs.

The performance will take place in the Concert Hall of the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on Wednesday, November 22 at 11:00 am. Tickets are $20 each, and bookings can be made through the Joan’s Box Office webpage.