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Alex Smith of Moving Pictures

Alex Smith of Moving Pictures

Moving Pictures To Release Acoustic Album And Tour With James Reyne

by Paul Cashmere on August 27, 2015

in Live,News

Moving Pictures will release their first album since the 80s in October. ‘Picture This’ is a collection of their best known songs played acoustic.

With the release of the album, the band will head out on tour with James Reyne in October through to February.

Guitarist Gary Frost said, “We have been busily reworking the songs with a few surprises including a very special cover, a stunning new tune and a song from a movie that we said we would “Never”, EVER play. We are all really looking forward to getting back out and playing.”

The reformed Moving Pictures line-up is Alex Smith, Garry Frost, Andy Thompson, Ian Lees, Charlie Cole and Mark Meyer.

James Reyne and Moving Pictures dates

October
Saturday 31, Robert Oatley Vineyard – ADOTG

November
Sunday 1, Live At The Foreshore, Newcastle
Friday 6, The Juniors, Kingsford
Saturday 7, Sharkies, Cronulla
Friday 13, Matthew Flinders Hotel, Chadstone
Saturday 14, Shoppingtown Hotel, Doncaster
Fri 20 & Sat 21, Wintersun Hotel, Geraldton
Sunday 22, Kings Park – Adotg
Friday 27, The Concourse, Concert Hall, Chatswood
Saturday 28, Revesby Workers Club, Reversby

December
Friday 4, Chelsea Heights Hotel, Chelsea Heights
Saturday 5, York On Lilydale, Mount Evelyn
Friday 11, Rooty Hill Rsl
Saturday 12, Waves Nightclub, Wollongong
Friday 18, Sawtell Rsl, Sawtell
Saturday 19, Grafton District Services Club, Grafton
Saturday 26, Jupiters Hotel & Casino, Gold Coast
Sunday 27, Aussie World, Sunshine Coast

January
Saturday 2, Laurieton United Services Club, Laurieton
Sunday 3, Ballina Rsl, Ballina
Fri 15 & Sat 16, Dee Why Rsl, Dee Why
Friday 22, Mounties, Mt Pritchard
Saturday 23, Metro Theatre, Sydney
Sunday 29, Doyalson Rsl, Central Coast
Saturday 30, The Cube @ Campbelltown Catholic Club, Campbelltown

February
Friday 5, Castle Hill Rsl, Castle Hill
Saturday 6. Canberra Theatre, Canberra
Fri 12 & Sat 13, The Palms At Crown, Melbourne

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