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I'm Talking at Memo Music Hall 12 Feb 19 photo Noise11.com

I'm Talking at Memo Music Hall 12 Feb 19 photo Noise11.com

I’m Talking are Rehearsing for Club Shows

by Paul Cashmere on June 11, 2019

in News

I’m Talking’s limited A Day On The Green shows early this year has been expanded to full on club shows for 2019.

In a post at their Instagram page they say “Take it to the bridge…. we have started rehearsals… You asked us and now we deliver with club shows in Melbourne… and yes…Sydney. We will be doing all the songs from our first set of gigs this year plus a selection from our Dyin’ To Be Dancin’ release. Come and see our heavy duty seven piece band with Kate, Zan, Barbara, Stephen and Robert joined by the extra funky Miles Henry and Brodie Everist.”

It seems fairly limited so far with just two shows announced:

I’m Talking tour dates:

‪Saturday 20 July‬
Corner Hotel | ‪Melbourne, VIC‬

Saturday 27 July‬
The Factory | Sydney, NSW

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Take it to the bridge…. we have started rehearsals… You asked us and now we deliver with club shows in Melbourne… and yes…Sydney. We will be doing all the songs from our first set of gigs this year plus a selection from our Dyin’ To Be Dancin’ release. Come and see our heavy duty seven piece band with Kate, Zan, Barbara, Stephen and Robert joined by the extra funky Miles Henry and Brodie Everist. I’m Talking tour dates: ‪Saturday 20 July‬ Corner Hotel | ‪Melbourne, VIC‬ ‪Saturday 27 July‬ The Factory | Sydney, NSW Tickets on sale ‪Friday 10am‬, pre-sales ‪start tomorrow at 10am‬ so sign up to the Corner and Factory mailing lists to get access #sydneylivemusic #melbournelivemusic #australianmusic #factorytheatre #cornerhotel #dyintobedancin #bearwitness @imtalkingband @therealkateceberano

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I’m Talking played their first show in 30 years at Memo Music Hall in Melbourne in February, then went on tour with Bryan Ferry for A Day On The Green.

I’m Talking Memo Music Hall setlist

Disko (from Dancing remix album, 1988)
Do You Wanna Be (from Bear Witness, 1986)
Holy Word (from Bear Witness, 1986)
How Can It Be (from Bear Witness, 1986)
Baby Baby Baby (from Bear Witness, 1986)
Love Don’t Live Here Anymore (single, 1985)
Lead The Way (single, 1985)
Stay with me (from Bear Witness, 1986)
It’s Over (from Bear Witness, 1986)
Love Means Everything (from Bear Witness, 1986)
Disaster (from Bear Witness, 1986)
Trust Me (single, 1984)

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