The Traveling Wilburys Sessions
SATURDAY 13 NOVEMBER
Due to Victorian COVID restrictions this performance will go ahead at an outdoor venue (to be determined) and at an earlier timeslot. Please check our socials and back here to see where this fantastic concert will be held.
The Traveling Wilburys was a supergroup.
Any band in which Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne are the ‘unknowns’ would have to be very special. George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Roy Orbison are giants of popular music who completed this magical lineup. They are adored by all generations of music lovers.
Now their songs have been re-imagined for Australian concert audiences. Music director Sam See has assembled a knockout band featuring James Black, Lindsay Field , Glyn Mason, Angus Burchall and Paul Cartwright. Together they create an unforgettable experience featuring sensational vocals, knockout harmonies and gargantuan guitar work as they pay tribute to the Wilburys and its superstar members.
It doesn’t get much better.
Some of Australia’s favourite musicians have come together to reimagine the Traveling Wilburys’ great hits and breathe new life into some of the individual artists' favourite songs.
A little about the artists:
James Black, keyboardist, guitarist and music director of The RocKwiz Orkestra has played with rock royalty Mondo Rock and The Black Sorrows.
Lindsay Field sings with John Farnham and has performed with Jimmy Barnes, Glenn Shorrock, Olivia Newton-John and Renee Geyer.
Sam See, music director, guitarist and a founding member of Sherbet, has played with and been music director for John Farnham, Brian Cadd and Steve Vizard’s Tonight Live.
Glyn Mason has sung and played with Brian Cadd, Chain, Ariel and Copperwine. Lindsay, Sam and Glyn are well known on Melbourne’s acoustic rock scene as Field, See & Mason.
Angus Burchall drums with John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John.
Paul Cartwright on bass has played with Glenn Shorrock, David Bridie and Wendy Matthews.
- Music - Pop
- 13 November 2021
- 120 minutes
- 8:00 pm
- Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
- The Handbury Auditorium
- Suitable Ages 15+