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Gilbert O’Sullivan To Celebrate 50th Anniversary With Australian Dates

by Noise11.com on October 11, 2017

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Gilbert O’Sullivan will perform in Australia for the first time in decades to celebrate his 50th anniversary.

“I am so looking forward to the upcoming concerts in Australia,” Gilbert O’Sullivan said in a statement. “I visited once before some years back for 3 shows but not with a full band. So while it’s been a long time in the making, I hope for all those that are fans of my music we live up to your expectations, and between us all, we have a great tour. Here’s to March 2018!”

Gilbert O’Sullivan released his first single ‘Disappear’ in December 1967 but it wasn’t until 1972’s ‘Alone Again (Naturally)’ when he achieved international fame.

O’Sullivan went on to have a string of hits in the 70s including ‘Ooh Wakka Doo Wakka Day’, ‘Clair’, ‘Get Down’ and Ooh Baby’.

Diana Krall & Michael Buble recorded a version of ‘Alone Again (Naturally) for Diana’s ‘Wallflower’ album in 2015.

Gilbert O’Sullivan dates

Saturday 10th March, Gold Coast, The Star
Sunday 11th March, Caloundra, The Events Centre
Tuesday, 13th March, Brisbane, QPAC
Wednesday 14th March, Hobart, Wrest Point
Friday 16th March, Newcastle, Civic Theatre
Saturday 17th March, Sydney, State Theatre
Tuesday 20th March, Adelaide, Festival Centre
Friday 23rd March, Mandurah, Performing Arts Centre
Saturday 24th March, Perth, Crown Theatre
Monday 26th March, Canberra, Canberra Theatre
Tuesday 27th March, Melbourne, The Arts Centre Hamer Hall

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