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Cadd & Morris

Cadd & Morris
Brian Cadd & Russell Morris
Supported by J.R. Reyne Duo

After a 7 year break from touring together they reunite to perform a limited amount of shows.

Australian music icons, BRIAN CADD and RUSSELL MORRIS, have been friends for over forty years and have been touring together from time to time over the past decades and are back after a 7 year break to perform a limited amount of shows.

Together, Brian and Russell deliver a dynamic show of not only their hits: “Little Ray of Sunshine”, “Ginger Man”, “Don’t you know its Magic” BRIAN CADD & “Real Thing”, “Sweet Sweet Love”, “Wings of an Eagle” RUSSELL MORRIS, but also a selection of seventies rock classics that will have the audience singing along with them. They may arrive on stage as 60 year old mates but they turn themselves, and their audience, truly back to 20 year old rockers.

Their show is a relentless sequence of hit songs, laughter and mockery. Never scared to take a jab at each other, on or off the stage, they now know each other affectionately as “The Turtle without a Shell” and “The Cheshire Cat”. You figure out which is which!!

Brian Cadd said “It is rare and enjoyable to spend ninety minutes on the stage every night with someone who has travelled the same musical road and number of years as I have. It makes the musical highlights, the songs and the silliness all that much more fun. Come and see what we mean!”

Don’t miss 2 legends of Australian Music at West Gippsland Arts Centre.

www.briancadd.com | www.russellmorris.com.au

Support Act: J.R. Reyne  has been on a musical path right from the beginning, whether releasing his debut album at the age of 20 (‘Album of the Week’ - Daily Telegraph), fronting numerous bands (‘Artists you should know about’ - Rolling Stone), or taking his solo-show (‘Armed with a mesmerising voice, harmonica and guitar’ - Broadsheet), across the globe, gracing the bills of world-renowned festivals, and touring alongside illustrious artists.

Having recently returned to Australia from being based in the U.S. and touring Europe with Cat Power, J.R. wasted no time, releasing ‘Baby Tonight’ to the airwaves (Triple M Artist of the Week), and landing the lead in Paul Kelly’s musical ‘Deeper Water’ with co-star Missy
Higgins. Reyne recorded the accompanying album in Auckland at Neil Finn’s Roundhead Studios, just before returning to Australia to open for US hit-makers ‘Train’ on their sellout national tour, as well as performing with the Red Hot Summer Tour Festival alongside John Farnham
Daryl Braithwaite, & The Black Sorrows.

J.R. currently stars as Dan Delaney on Channel Seven’s number one TV show ‘The Secret Daughter’, alongside Jessica Mauboy, with the accompanying ARIA #1 Record's "The Secret Daughter” & "The Secret Daughter 2” Soundtrack's - which feature hits performed by Reyne and Mauboy, such as ‘Good Times’, ‘Rocks’ & ‘Plans’ - earning an ARIA nomination in 2017.

J.R.’s new album ‘Go On Easy, Vol 1 + 2’ is out now everywhere, and he is currently on tour with Jon Stevens, and performing alongside Vika & Linda Bull for their sold-out residency.

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