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Alison Moyet - Photo Credit Steve Gullick

Alison Moyet - Photo Credit Steve Gullick

Alison Moyet To Perform Australian Shows In October

by Paul Cashmere on March 20, 2017

in News

Alison Moyet will return to Australia in October and while she says she won’t sing her hit ‘Invisible’ she will give fans a few from Yazoo.

“I’m beyond delighted to be returning to Australia and New Zealand again after 30 years”, Alison said. “Having had some considerable time to practice in the interim, I am glad to declare that gigging is my favourite thing ever. My new album ‘Other’ which continues the electronic sound-bed I favoured on ‘the minutes’ allows my live work to also present many of my earlier songs in their intended form, albeit with some jiggery pokery. Songs you know well. Songs to introduce you to.

“Ps. I don’t do ‘invisible’ but will do some Yazoo. It’s unarguably a fair exchange.’’

Alison Moyet dates

October 4, Perth, Riverside Theatre
October 6, Adelaide, AEC Theatre
October 7, Melbourne, Margaret Court Arena
October 9, Sydney, Enmore Theatre
October 10, Brisbane, Convention Centre

Alison Moyet setlist London 8 June 2016

Nobody’s Diary (from Yazoo’s You and Me Both, 1983)
When I Was Your Girl (from The Minutes, 2013)
Only You (from Yazoo’s Upstairs At Eric’s, 1982)
Is This Love? (from Raindancing, 1987)
Remind Yourself (from The Minutes, 2013)
Falling (from Essex, 1994)
Should I Feel That It’s Over (from Hometime, 2002)
Right as Rain (from The Minutes, 2013)
All Cried Out (from Alf, 1984)
Love Resurrection (from Alf, 1984)
Changeling (from The Minutes, 2013)
Situation (from Yazoo’s Upstairs At Eric’s, 1982)
Whispering Your Name (from Essex, 1994)
Don’t Go (from Yazoo’s Upstairs At Eric’s, 1982)

TICKETING INFORMATION
Telstra is offering their customers an exclusive Telstra Thanks 48-hour pre-sale from 9am Wednesday 22 March 2017. For more details regarding the pre-sale, please visit www.telstra.com/music.

The general public will have the opportunity to purchase tickets from 10am Friday 24 March 2017 from www.ticketek.com.au.

For further information, head to www.alisonmoyet.com

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