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Jimmy Webb performs at the Recital Centre in Melbourne on Tuesday 27 June 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jimmy Webb performs at the Recital Centre in Melbourne on Tuesday 27 June 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jimmy Webb Is Touring Australia With His Famous Aussie Friends

by Paul Cashmere on April 30, 2018

in News

Jimmy Webb will return to Australia for two shows in August for shows with his friends, Jimmy Barnes, David Campbell, Kaye Ceberano, Ed Kuepper and Ian Moss.

Jimmy Webb last toured Australia in 2017, stunning crowds with his original songs that are now part of pop culture.

Jimmy Webb setlist, Melbourne, 27 June 2017

Part 1
Highwayman (from Glen Campbell’s Highwayman, 1979 and The Highwaymen, 1984)
Galveston (from Glen Campbell’s ‘Galveston, 1967)
All I Know (from Art Garfunkel’s Angel Clare, 1972)
Do What You Gotta Do (from Johnny Rivers, Rewind, 1967, Nina Simone, ‘Nuff Said, 1968)
Up Up and Away (from The 5th Dimension, Up Yup & Away, 1967)

Part 2
By The Time I Get To Phoenix (from Glen Campbell’s ‘By The Time I Get To Phoenix, 1967)
The Moon’s A Harsh Mistress (from Joe Cocker, I Can Stand A Little Rain, 1974 and Glen Campbell, Reunion, 1974)
Just Like Always (from Glen Campbell Adios, 2017)
Wichita Lineman (from Glen Campbell’s Wichita Lineman, 1968)
Macarthur Park (from Richard Harris, A Tramp Shining, 1968)

Encore
Adios (from Glen Campbell Adios, 2017)

About his return, Jimmy says, “Australia with its vast shorelines, ferry boats and natural wonders has always been my favourite place to play. Now to perform live with Australia’s most popular rock and pop stars – and orchestra – I am blown away. I am honoured, and we are going to pull out all of the stops for the audience!”

JIMMY WEBB & FRIENDS AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2018

Sunday 5th August
State Theatre, Sydney

Thursday 9th August
Hamer Hall, Melbourne

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