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Glenn Wheatley To Rejoin The Masters Apprentices For The Go Show 50th Anniversary Show

by Paul Cashmere on May 8, 2014

in Live,News

The Masters Apprentices with one-time bass player Glenn Wheatley will headline the 50th anniversary of The Go Show in Hobart and Melbourne from July.

Wheatley was the bass player in The Masters Apprentices from 1968 to 1971 and played on their biggest hits ‘Turn Up Your Radio’ and ‘Because I Love You’. After the band broke up in 1972 he managed Little River Band to international success and has managed the career of John Farnham for over 30 years.

The pioneer pop music show The Go Show first started on Australian television of August 4, 1964. It was the first program to showcase an unknown Olivia Newton-John who appeared 16 times from February 1965 to December 1966.

The Go Show was the platform that launched the careers of Johnny Young, Normie Rowe and Ronnie Burns who will also perform for the 50th anniversary events.

Go Show 50th Anniversary dates

July 26, Hobart, Wrest Point Entertainment Centre with The Masters Apprentices, The Mixtures, Johnny Young, Ronnie Burns, Normie Rowe, Ross D Wylie, Ronnie Charles, Tony Worsley, Colleen Hewitt.

August 2, Melbourne, Palais Theatre with The Masters Apprentices, The Mixtures, Johnny Young, Ronnie Burns, Normie Rowe, Ross D Wylie, Ronnie Charles, Tony Worsley, Colleen Hewitt, Mike Brady, Bobby Bright, Colin Cook, Buddy England, Marcie Jones & The Cookies and Pussyfoot.

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