For a music concert without the boring bits, Boys in the Band will perform all the songs which got the most air time over the years.
The four showman will give their renditions of 50 years of jukebox hits, from artists including Franke Valli, The Beatles, The BeeGees, Elvis, Queen and Jackson 5.
Performed at the Orange Civic Theatre this Saturday, Jukebox Revolution...every record tells a story! follows on from their 2018 sell-out concerts and celebrates the most iconic artists of the 20th century.
The internationally acclaimed group will bring their new concert experience to Orange for one night, as part of a national tour of their jukebox hits show.
"We can't wait to bring our brand new show to Aussie audiences. It's a non-stop rollercoaster ride through 50 years of iconic hits from the worlds most loved artists. We dare you to stay in your seats.Dave Malek
Launching at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in March, the group will perform the show at more than 40 venues as part of their national tour, visiting Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and ACT plus a number of regional theatres.
The lead men, Hugh Barrington, Keane Fletcher, Damon Grebert Wade and Justin Rynne have performed in some of the country's biggest shows including, We Will Rock You,Ten Tenors, Oprah's Australian Adventure and Grease Arena Spectacular.
The boys from the Boys in the Band have also performed at the F1 Singapore Grand Prix more than once, having supported Bon Jovi, Maroon 5 and Pharrell Williams in 2016.
The four performers won't make the trip to Orange alone.
Their live band The Players will join them onstage to get the audience moving.
The show was created by Dale Burridge and Dave Malek.
Mr Makek said they can't wait to bring the new show to Aussie audiences.
"It's a non-stop rollercoaster ride through 50 years of iconic hits from the worlds most loved artists. We dare you to stay in your seats."
Tickets are on sale now, all links and info at www.boysintheband.com.au .
Saturday May 18 - Orange Civic Theatre.
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