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Ross Hannaford Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ross Hannaford Benefit Sells Out Within 24 Hours

by Paul Cashmere on July 4, 2015

in Live,News

The Concert for Ross Hannaford has sold out within 24 hours of going on sale and now a second show is planned.

The legendary Daddy Cool guitarist has been battling a serious illness and his famous friends have gathered to support him with ‘Concert for Ross Hannaford: Dance If You Want To’ at the Memo Music Hall in Melbourne on July 18.

‘Concert for Ross Hannaford’ will feature performances from his Daddy Cool buddies Ross Wilson, Gary Young and Wayne Duncan, as well as The Black Sorrows, Mike Rudd of Spectrum, Kerryn Tolhurst, Steve Hoy, Linda Bull, The Rockwiz Orchestra, Margot Barrett, Bruce Haynes, Ray Pereria, Russell Smith, Emma Donovan, Tracey Smith, Bart Willoughby and the Rockwiz Orchestra.

Brian Nankervis will host the show.

Fans who wish to donate can do so at

Details of a second show are expected in coming days.


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