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Jon Stevens performs at APIA Good Times Tour at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Saturday 28 May 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

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Jon Stevens Noiseworks and INXS Collection Tour Comes To Melbourne This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere on October 7, 2019

in News

Jon Stevens The Noiseworks and INXS Collection tour will roll into Melbourne this Sunday night for a performance at Memo Music Hall.

Jon was lead singer of INXS for three and a half years following the death of Michael Hutchence. He recorded one song with the band ‘I Get Up’ in 2003 but quit the band before an album was recorded.

With Noiseworks, Jon had three hit albums between 1987 and 1991 clocked up five platinum awards and 12 Top 50 hits across that time.

The Noiseworks and INXS Collection tour features a setlist a setlist heavy on INXS and with all the Noiseworks classics.

Jon Stevens setlist 13 September 2019 Sydney

Suicide Blonde (INXS)
Touch (Noiseworks)
New Sensation (INXS)
Love Somebody (Noiseworks)
Original Sin (INXS)
Voice Of Reason (Noiseworks)
Never Tear Us Apart (INXS)
Devil Inside (INXS)
Miles and Miles (Noiseworks)
What You Need (INXS)
Need You Tonight (INXS)
No Lies (Noiseworks)
Dont Change (INXS)
Take Me Back (Noiseworks)
Guns in the Sky (INXS)
Kick (INXS)
Hot Chilli Woman (Noiseworks)

Jon Stevens will perform Sunday Night at Memo Music Hall in St Kilda.

Doors Open 7pm, Music from 8pm.
General Admin: $45.00 +bf

Get tickets here

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