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Jim Keays To Join The Pretty Things In Australia

by Paul Cashmere on November 14, 2012

in Live,News

Jim Keays’ Dirty Dirty is just one of the support acts on the upcoming The Pretty Things Australian tour.

The Pretty Things

The Pretty Things

Keays will open for The Pretty Thing first Australian show in Melbourne on December 4.

The legendary Pretty Things features Dick Taylor, an original member of The Rolling Stones.

Keays was the lead singer of “Australia’s Rolling Stones’ The Masters Apprenctices and topped Australian charts with ‘Turn Up The Radio’ and ‘Because I Love You’.

His latest album ‘Dirty Dirty’ is a collection of garage rock covers.

The Pretty Things can claim to have recorded the very first rock opera ‘S.F. Sorrow’. In the 70s, David Bowie covered two of their songs ‘Rosalyn’ and ‘Don’t Bring Me Down’ for his ‘Pin-Ups’ album.

Supports for the tour are:

MELBOURNE
Tuesday 4th December – Corner Hotel
Support – Jim Keay’s Dirty Dirty – exclusive appearance of an Australian legend performing tracks from his recent acclaimed album.
www.metropolistouring.com and www.caravanmusic.com.au

Thursday 13th December – Caravan Club
Support – Frowning Clouds – a grungy Ford Falcon parked on the Village green
www.caravanmusic.com.au

Friday 14th December – Caravan Club (NEW SHOW)
Support – The Breadmakers – a hotted up Mustang parked at the drive-in
www.caravanmusic.com.au

SYDNEY
Wednesday 5th December – Lizottes Dee Why
Support – Carrie Phillis & The Downtown 3 – a Sassy blast of rock n soul
www.metropolistouring.com and www.sydney.lizottes.com.au/live/index.asp

Friday 7th December – The Factory
Support – Major Tom and the Atoms – Ex-Little Red Rockin’ blues explosion
AND spinning the discs between sets – DJ Rusty!
www.metropolistouring.com and www.factorytheatre.com.au

Saturday 8th December – Good God Small Club (NEW SHOW)
Supports – Scuzz-o-rama marathon featuring Straight Arrows (the only thing better than vinyl is in your face), Dull City Destroyers (15 years is a far-out long wait), and Daniel Darling (solo from Kill City Creeps & Dolly Rocker Movement guitarman)
http://www.goodgodgoodgod.com

Watch the Noise11.com interview with Jim Keays.

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