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show Andrew O’Keefe “Shouts” Johnny O’Keefe

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Saturday 16 November 2019 – Wrest Point Entertainment Centre

Johnny O’Keefe was the pioneer of rebellious Australian rock and roll, predecessor to the likes of Bon Scott, Jimmy Barnes, and Michael Hutchence that succeeded him. Often labelled as Australia’s Elvis, his explosive live shows left a mark on the best of the best in global rock royalty including Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison.

Having debuted his show to a sold-out season at the 2018 Adelaide Cabaret Festival and two sell-out shows at Palms At Crown Melbourne (for which he attracted a standing ovation each night), Johnny’s real wild nephew – the multi-talented Andrew O’Keefe – delivered an extraordinary performance in Andrew O’Keefe “Shouts” Johnny O’Keefe. Highly applauded by the critics for his song interpretation and his storytelling, Andrew intertwines his own experiences with legendary stories of The Wild One, and takes audiences on a very personal journey through JOK’s twenty-five year career, belting out classics like ‘Wild One’ ,`Sing Sing Sing` and ‘Shout’ with an intensity topped only by Johnny himself.

 

 

Running Times:

Doors: 7.15pm
Start: 8.00pm
Finish: 10.00pm

Please note all times are approximate and subject to change

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A Reserve Adult $80.47

B Reserve Adult $75.38

 

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