FOR the first time in Australia, tribute will be paid to three music legends in one show in The Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly Together in Concert.
The magical sounds of the Everly Brothers come alive with multi-award winning vocal harmony duo the Robertson Brothers.
With half a million record sales, 22 MO and ACE Awards, along with two ARIAs and Golden Guitar nominations, they are best known for providing the theme song for Home and Away and their regular football and political parodies for Ray Hadley’s Morning Show.
They have also toured with international acts including The Eagles, America, John Denver and ELO.
The Everly Brothers are remembered for Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, All I Have to do is Dream, Bird Dog, Let it be Me, (Til) I Kissed You and Cathy’s Clown.
Last year marked the 25th anniversary of the smash hit musical Buddy which sold out across the country.
Superstar Scott Robin was part of the original cast, the first Australian to land the lead role.
In 2004, Robin performed in Holly’s home town Lubbock, Texas where he met his family and widow to celebrate Buddy Holly Week, an annual event set up by Sir Paul McCartney.
In this new production, Robin showcases the talents that made West End producers rave as he performs all the classic Holly hits including That’ll Be the Day, Peggy Sue, Raining in my Heart, Rave On, Maybe Baby, Everyday and Oh Boy.
WHAT: The Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly Together in Concert.
WHERE: Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.
WHEN: Friday, September 29.