Let the Good Times at Home roll: Joe Camilleri rocks out from home

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According to his bio, “Joe Camilleri is one of the most committed and successful musicians this country has ever produced – a man who loves and lives music.”

Hard to argue with that.

He’s written so many songs that are now a part of Australian music culture. Think So Young, Hit and Run, Shape I’m In, Hold On To Me, Harley and Rose, Chained To The Wheel and Never Let Me Go.

From his early days as a self-taught musician in Jo Jo Zep and the Falcons, to his ‘just for fun’ band – The Black Sorrows – and beyond, Joe has given his life to making music in this country.

Joe and the rest of the Falcons were inducted into the Australian Recording Industry (ARIA Hall of Fame) in 2007, and that ‘just for fun’ band The Black Sorrows went on to produce 18 albums over three decades and continue to be one of Australia’s most successful touring bands.

Now Oz rock royalty, Joe Camilleri today rocks out two of his most famous tunes from his living room, with assistance from Black Sorrows guitarist Claude.

The Apia Good Times Tour stars can’t come to your town this year, but you can visit them at their place.

Apia and YourLifeChoices bring you the Apia Good Times at Home Tour, featuring Australian rock and pop royalty and a few surprise songs and guest artists to boot.

The Apia Good Times Tour 2020 has been rescheduled for May and June 2021. While the artists may not be able to play live this year, they’ve each put together a special something to keep you entertained in your living room.

For those who have purchased tickets to the 2020 tour, you should have been contacted directly by the relevant show’s authorised ticketing agency regarding the date change. Tickets can be transferred to the new concert date in your location for the 2021 tour. Alternatively, a refund option is available should the date not suit.

For all Apia Good Times Tour dates and location information, please visit www.apiagoodtimes.com.au and let the Good Times roll!

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