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Jimmy Barnes lays down his guns for Suzi Quatro’s Red Hot Summer

by Paul Cashmere on February 11, 2019

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Series one of Red Hot Summer, with headliner Jimmy Barnes, concluded after 10 sold out shows on the weekend. Next … Suzi Quatro will continue Series two starting in the Barossa Valley this weekend.

Barnes’ Red Hot Summer punters were treated to a 5-song preview of Jimmy’s upcoming album ‘My Criminal Record’ due in May. The Suzi Quatro setlist is non-stop classic hits and she has had a few.

Suzi Quatro Top 40 hits in Australia

Can The Can (no 1, 1973) *
48 Crash (no 1, 1973) *
Daytona Demon (no 4, 1973)
Devil Gate Drive (no 1, 1974) *
The Wild One (No 2, 1974) *
Your Mama Won’t Like Me (no 14, 1975)
Tear Me Apart (no 25, 1977)
If You Can’t Give Me Love (no 10, 1978)
The Race Is On (no 28, 1978)
Stumblin’ In (no 2, 1978) *
She’s In Love With You (no 30, 1979) *
Rock Hard (no 9, 1980) *

* These songs were played at her most recent show in Canada. Who knows, there may also be an Abba song in her setlist as well.

Suzi Quatro will headline Red Hot Summer series two with The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets, Jon Stevens, Moving Pictures and Chocolate Starfish.

http://redhotsummertour.com.au/tour_2.htm

Red Hot Summer series two dates

16 February, Barossa Valley (SOLD OUT)
17 February, Hobart
23 February, Bendigo
24 February, Canberra
2 March, Wodonga
3 March, Kiama
9 March, Kariong
10 March, Jacobs Well
16 March, Port Macquarie
17 March, Bribie Island

Only buy tickets though the official ticketing agency Ticketmaster. If you purchase tickets from third party sites such as Viagogo and the tickets are not genuine you will not be admitted to the event.

Also beware of paying exorbitant prices for tickets through non-official sites such as Viagogo. To buy tickets at the real face value ONLY buy your Red Hot Summer tickets through Ticketmaster.

For all official ticketing details go here.

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