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Macy Gray Australian Tour Dates Announced

by Paul Cashmere on June 12, 2012

in Live,News

Macy Gray is heading to Australia for her first tour down under in 12 years.

Macy Gray

Macy Gray

Macy will tour her 7th album ‘Covered’, featuring covers of songs from Eurythmics, Radiohead, Metallica and My Chemical Romance.

The first time we heard Macy was in 2000 with her hit song’ I Try’.

Tickets go on sale on June 18.

Dates are:

September 16, Sydney, Opera House
September 19, Gold Coast, Jupiters Casino
September 20, Brisbane, QPAC
September 21, Melbourne, Hamer Hall



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