Revered Australian musician Paul Kelly is set to perform in Bathurst with his band in August as part of a 24-date east coast regional tour.
Best known for legendary Australian hits such as 'Dumb Things', 'To Her Door' and 'How to Make Gravy', Kelly has a prolific 25 studio albums, multiple film soundtracks, and two live albums to his name.
Kelly's latest album, Forty Days, was performed, recorded and posted via his socials from home in lockdown.
"The band and crew and I have really missed each other over the last eighteen months as shows after shows were first postponed then cancelled," Kelly said.
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"We put our toe in the water with a one off New Year's Eve performance for TV but now we're really looking forward to stretching out and playing music night after night."
"We want to see the whites of your eyes, you lovers of sound, joy and fury; we want to charge the air around us and change each other and send you home singing into the night."
Kelly's band, including Vika and Linda Bull, Bill McDonald, Peter Luscombe, Ash Naylor and Cameron Bruce, will join him for all tour dates.
Kelly will perform at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre on Saturday, August 7 from 7.30pm.
Tickets cost $90 and go on sale at noon on Thursday, May 20. For more information, visit www.bmec.com.au.
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