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Malcolm Young tribute set for Melbourne in February

by Paul Cashmere on December 13, 2018

in News

Malcolm Young will be honored with the second annual ‘Malcolm Young Tribute’ in Melbourne in February.

The event is a fundraiser for the Dementia Foundation’s ‘Spark of Life’ which reviews a better lifestyle and research for people with Dementia.

Last years sold out show raised $15,000 for the foundation.

The 2019 event will include past and present members of:

Rob Riley – Rose Tattoo
Jimi Hocking – Screaming Jets
Paul Woseen – Screaming Jets
Dario Bortolin – Baby Animals
Peter Robinson – Russell Morris Band
Nat Allison – Suzi Quatro Band
Skenie – The Poor
Craig Newman – John Farnham band
James Morley – Angels
Brett Williams – Choirboys
Mick Pealing – Stars
Simon Croft – We Will Rock You
Rusty – Electric Mary
Tracy Kingman – James Reyne Band
Cynthia Gallie – Let There Be Rock Orchestrated
Kevin Hunt – Whole Lotta Rosie
Rohan Moran – Whole Lotta Rosie
Greg Aldridge – Blood Sweat & Beers

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