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James Reyne, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

James Reyne To Continue Melbourne Cup Eve Institution At The Corner

by Paul Cashmere on August 21, 2018

in News

James Reyne has developed somewhat of a Melbourne Cup Eve tradition with his fourth annual Melbourne Cup Eve show coming up at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne in November.

Special guests for the special show are Lisa Miller and Shane O’Mara.

The James Reyne 2017 Cup Eve show was a feast of Australian Crawl. The setlist for 2017 was:

Daughters of the Northern Coast (from Sons of Beaches, 1982)
Indisposed (from Australian Crawl, The Boys Light Up, 1980)
Beautiful People (from Australian Crawl, The Boys Light Up, 1980)
Lakeside (from Sirroco, 1981)
Love Beats Me Up (from Sirroco, 1981)
Motor’s Too Fast (from James Reyne, 1987)
Hammerhead (from James Reyne, 1987)
Trouble Spot Rock (from Between a Rock and a Hard Place, 1985)
Man Crazy (from Australian Crawl, The Boys Light Up, 1980)
Reckless (Don’t Be So…) (from Semantics EP, 1983)
White Limbo (from Semantics EP, 1983)
Hoochie Gucci Fiorucci Mama (from Australian Crawl, The Boys Light Up, 1980)
Oh No Not You Again (from Sirroco, 1981)
Downhearted (from Australian Crawl, The Boys Light Up, 1980)
Errol (from Sirroco, 1981)
Things Don’t Seem / La Califusa (from Sirroco, 1981)

Unpublished Critics (from Sirroco, 1981)
Fall of Rome (from James Reyne, 1987)
The Boys Light Up (from Australian Crawl, The Boys Light Up, 1980)

James Reyne will be live at the Corner Hotel Monday 5 November 2018. Get tickets here.




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