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One Electric Day at Werribee Mansion on Sunday 27 November 2016 with Russell Morris, Icehouse, James Reyne, Jimmy Barnes.

Russell Morris One Electric Day. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Pete Murray, Russell Morris and Daryl Braithwaite to join Rob Thomas tour in Australia

by Paul Cashmere on July 11, 2019

in News

A Day On The Green has built a mini-Festival around the upcoming Rob Thomas outdoor shows with Pete Murray, Russell Morris, Daryl Braithwaite and Emily Wurramara.

Indigenous singer Emily Wurramara is originally from far north Queenland’s Groote Eylandt around the Gulf of Carpentaria. In 2018 she was nominated for an ARIA for Best Blues and Roots Album.

Her debut ‘Black Smoke’ earned her a Queensland Music Award.

Russell Morris and Daryl Braithwaite are true Australian music legends, with more than a century of experience between them. Despite their longevity, they have both experienced their most fruitful decade in the last 10 years. Russell’s latest album is Black and Blue Heart.

Pete Murray has over one million album sales to his name after breaking in 2003 with his debut album Feeler.

A DAY ON THE GREEN dates

ROCHFORD WINES, YARRA VALLEY
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9
with Pete Murray, Daryl Braithwaite & Emily Wurramara

LECONFIELD WINES, MCLAREN VALE – NEW SHOW!
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10
with Pete Murray, Russell Morris & Emily Wurramara

BIMBADGEN, HUNTER VALLEY
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16
with Pete Murray, Daryl Braithwaite & Russell Morris

SIRROMET WINES, MOUNT COTTON
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17
with Pete Murray, Daryl Braithwaite & Russell Morris

ROB THOMAS – CHIP TOOTH TOUR 2019

AIS ARENA, CANBERRA
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8
with Emily Wurramara

ICC THEATRE, SYDNEY
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13
with Daryl Braithwaite

MARGARET COURT ARENA, MELBOURNE
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19
with Daryl Braithwaite

KINGS PARK, PERTH
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23
with Pete Murray & Russell Morris

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