Nick Cave Tribute Concert Details Revealed -
'Straight To You' tribute concert

Muscles, Adalita, Urthboy, Dan Sultan, Bertie Blackman for 'Straight To You' Nick Cave tribute concert

Nick Cave Tribute Concert Details Revealed

by Andrew Tijs on October 28, 2011

in Live,News

Adalita, Lanie Lane, Urthboy and more confirm their songs for the Nick Cave tribute concert Straight To You.

'Straight To You' tribute concert

Muscles, Adalita, Urthboy, Dan Sultan, Bertie Blackman for 'Straight To You' Nick Cave tribute concert

The forthcoming triplej tribute Straight To You celebrates the long and storied songwriting career of Nick Cave by having Australia’s best indie acts perform his classics.

Now we can tell you some of the confirmed cuts and performers for the show, which is going around the country in November.

Revitalised star Adalita will perform the title track of the concert, hip-hopper Urthboy is creating a unique version of ‘Stagger Lee’, retro-country sensation Lanie Lane is doing ‘Jack The Ripper’ and may have a duet with Alex from Sparkadia.

Also, there are confirmed collaborations between producer Muscles and rocker Bertie Blackman, and a triple whammy featuring Lisa Mitchell, Dan Sultan, and Kram from Spiderbait.

Other performers include Abbe May, Ben Corbett (of SixFtHick and Gentle Ben & His Sensitive Side), Jake Stone of Bluejuice, Johnny Mackay of Children Collide, and Tim Rogers.

Brisbane’s Tivoli show has already sold out, but there are tickets for all other dates available now from the venues, Ticketmaster, Ticketek and Moshtix, depending on the venue.

Straight To You – Tribute To Nick Cave
Wednesday 9 November – Performing Arts Centre, Geelong
Thursday 10 November – Her Majestys, Ballarat
Friday 11 November – Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Saturday 12 November – Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Wednesday 16 November – Royal Theatre, Canberra
Thursday 17 November – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Saturday 19 November – Panthers, Newcastle
Sunday 20 November – The Tivoli, Brisbane (Sold Out)


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