ICONIC Aussie rock group The Angels bring rock ‘n’ roll to the Ravenswood Hotel this month with the Hardwired tour, featuring special guest MI-SEX.
Both bands are veterans on the live circuit with new music proving that great rock music is timeless.
The Angels have notched up many milestones in recent years, with the release of their latest album of all new material Talk the Talk in 2014.
With Dave Gleeson at the helm, The Angels have again cemented themselves as legends on the Aussie music scene.
With new songs and their back catalogue of tracks such as Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again, No Secrets, Dogs Are Talking, Take A Long Line, Marseilles and Shadowboxer, they have a packed schedule this year.
John Brewster said audiences on the tour could expect a great night of rock ‘n’ roll.
“There will be two bands playing some old and new songs and putting on a great show,” he said.
MI-SEX provided a soundtrack to the early 1980s with their hit Computer Games that topped the charts around the world.
When the Angels were ready to hit the road for the 2016 tour, Brewster said it made sense to take friends out on the road and MI-SEX was a natural choice.
“MI-SEX and The Angels have a long history,” he said.“We were both signed to CBS in the 1980s; they were friends of The Angels and we were fans of MI-SEX.
“We played a show with them recently and thought they were sounding really good.
“Like us, they are back out on the road again doing their repertoire and new songs.”