James Reyne to revisit classics in Bunbury show

South Western Times

For nearly 40 years, James Reyne’s songs have provided the soundtrack to endless Australian summers and now Bunbury audiences can enjoy all the hits as the mercury rises.

Performing at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on February 3, Reyne will sing nothing but Australian Crawl as part of his All Crawl tour.

Three years ago, Reyne delivered the closest thing fans will ever get to an Australian Crawl reunion, assembling an exceptional band to play the songbook of Australian Crawl in a completely sold out national tour.

Next year, he will play all the classic hits, including Beautiful People, Reckless, Boys Light Up, Errol and Things Don’t Seem, alongside favourites such as Daughters Of The Northern Coast, Lakeside, Oh No Not You Again, Always The Way, and the evergreen Hoochie Gucci Fiorucci Mama.

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From their inception in 1978, Australian Crawl existed for nearly nine years.

The band delivered nine releases between 1980 and 1986, with considerable commercial success.

They disbanded in 1986, their final show taking place at Perth Entertainment Centre on February 1.

Tickets to the show are available at www.bunburyentertainment.com or at the Box Office.

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