Jimmy Barnes To Perform Classic Albums Live
Jimmy Barnes, Stone Music Festival, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Jimmy Barnes, Stone Music Festival, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Jimmy Barnes To Perform Classic Albums Live

by Paul Cashmere on August 15, 2014

in Live,News

Jimmy Barnes will perform his ‘Working Class Man’ and ‘Freight Train Heart’ albums in full in Sydney and Melbourne.

‘For The Working Class Man’, released in 1985 featured what was to become Jimmy’s signature song ‘Working Class Man’ was well as ‘I’d Die To Be With You Tonight’, ‘Ride The Night Away’ and a re-recorded version of ‘No Second Prize’ and ‘Daylight’.

‘Freight Train Heart’, released two years later in 1987, included ‘Driving Wheels’, ‘Too Much Ain’t Enough Love’ and ‘I’m Still On Your Side’.

Jimmy Barnes will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of his first solo album with the 30:30 Hindsight album and tour.

He will also perform his acoustic ‘Flesh and Wood’ album in Whyalla, Port Pyrie, Warnambool, Albany, Bunbury, Warragul and Remark.

Jimmy Barnes dates

October 1, Nowra, Entertainment Centre
October 3, Canberra, Theatre Centre
October 4, Deniliquin, Deni Ute Muster
October 10, Darwin, Botanic Gardens Amphitheatre
October 12, Townsville, Jupiters
October 17, Sydney, Enmore Theatre
October 18, Melbourne, Palais Theatre
October 22, Whyalla, Middleback Theare
October 23, Port Pirie, Northern Festival Centre
October 25, Adelaide, Adelaide Oval (with the Rolling Stones)
November 1, Mudgee, Robert Oakley Vineyards
November 8, Hunter Valley, Bimbadgen Winery
November 9, Mt Cotton, Sirromet Winery
November 14, Warrnambool, Lighthouse Theatre
November 15, Geelong, A Day On The Green
November 19, Bunbury, Regional Entertainment Centre
November 20, Albany, Entertainment Centre
November 22, Perth, Kings Park
December 6, Launceston, Josef Chromy Wines
December 10 and 11, Warrugul, West Gippsland Arts Centre
December 13, Nagambie, Mitchelton Wines
December 17, Renmark, Chaffey Theatre
December 20, Yarra Valley, Rochford Wines

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