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Legend Voices of Rock-Bobby Kimball, Joe Lynn Turner, Mark Gable
October 5, 2017 @ 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
BOBBY KIMBALL – TOTO, JOE LYNN TURNER – DEEP PURPLE & MARK GABLE – CHOIRBOYS
Legend Voices of Rock is proud to present the incredible voices of four of the most influential and acclaimed International rock bands of the 70s and 80s with dozens of Top 40 hits and over 130 million record sales between them. Bobby Kimball – the legend voice of TOTO, Joe Lynn Turner – the legend voice of DEEP PURPLE and RAINBOW and Australia’s own Mark Gable – the legend voice of CHOIRBOYS. Over two hours of uninterrupted international chart topping hits that shaped the development of rock music worldwide will feature in a thrilling concert travelling across 10 cities. Tickets are limited so do not miss out.
Australia is ready to rock!
Bobby Kimball, the original front man of TOTO, with six Grammy wins and four more nominations, is one of the most recognizable voices on radio. His soaring vocals feature on TOTO’s biggest selling hits such as Africa, Hold the Line and Rosanna as well as recent Toto hits, Falling in Between and King of the World.
DEEP PURPLE is considered amongst the pioneers of hard rock with iconic songs like Smoke on the Water, Highway Star, Black Night, King of Dreams and Hush. Joe Lynn Turner not only fronted DEEP PURPLE, but also Ritchie Blackmore’s spinoff 80s progressive rock band RAINBOW. RAINBOW ranked in VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock with hit songs Stone Cold, I Surrender, Spotlight Kid and Difficult to Cure. Joe Lynn Turner is widely respected working with such other legendary artists as Billy Joel, Taylor Dane, Yngwie Malmsteem, Cher and even Australia’s very own Jimmy Barnes.
Mark Gable’s CHOIRBOYS were a mainstay of Countdown in the late 80s, with Molly Meldrum correctly acclaiming their first album was “destined to become an Aussie classic”. He wasn’t wrong. The CHOIRBOYS Run to Paradise is now an Australian rock anthem and other hits like Boys will be Boys and Never Gonna Die are destined to evoke strong memories of the 80’s.