Aussie singer-songwriter, guitarist and all-round legend Paul Kelly has just announced a mammoth Australian / New Zealand tour, and we couldn’t be happier.
Kelly has been in the industry for nearly 40 years, as both a solo performer and the frontman of various groups. This tour is sure to be something special, as Kelly’s most recent album Life is Fine reached #1 on the ARIA charts. The album is Kelly’s first solo album featuring original music in five years, and you can expect to hear much of it performed on this tour. However, you’ll be sure to hear his much-loved older hits too, including Before Too Long and chart-topper To Her Door.
Kelly will be returning to his hometown on the 22nd of November, playing the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Kelly will be supported by American rock / folk singer-songwriter Steve Earle. Tickets are sure to sell out, make sure you grab yours quick!
What: Paul Kelly in concert
Where: Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre
When: 22nd November
Tickets on sale to the public Monday 28th of August, 12 pm via Frontier Touring and Ticketek.
All images via Paul Kelly Facebook Page.
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