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GRAEME CONNORS

60 SUMMERS: ON TOUR

The celebration of Graeme’s ‘60 Summers ’ album continues as we announce the first shows for 2017 along with three finalist positions for the 2017 Golden Guitar Awards being held in Tamworth on Saturday January 28. The song 60 SUMMERS is nominated for Single Of The Year, Video of The Year and APRA AMCOS Song of the Year.

This album has had the longest continuous run in the ARIA Top 40 Album Chart of any Australian album newly released in 2016, and the latest single, MT EVEREST is currently sitting at #20 on The Music Network Country Airplay Chart and #14 on the Country Music Channel video chart and still on the way up!! The video of MT EVEREST was also shot in Graeme’s home town of Mackay.

Throughout the two-hour plus show, the iconic singer-songwriter and his incredible band perform a selection of hits, new songs and fan favourites chosen from the 37 track double-album set ‘60 Summers: The Ultimate Collection’.

The album reached #1 on the ARIA Country Album chart while the lead single, also entitled “60 Summers”, spent three weeks at #1 on The Music Network Official Country Airplay chart. These new career milestones are all the more remarkable given that throughout Graeme’s 40-year career he has amassed album sales in excess of 400,000 units across 19 albums released to date and his catalogue has spent a combined total of 757 weeks (over 14 years) on the ARIA Country Album chart.

Graeme commented “I am thrilled that after 40 plus years in the music business and 60 years of life I have the opportunity to achieve new milestones and I look forward to sharing my thanks with some of the friends & fans who make these things happen, when I hit the road for the ’60 Summers’ tour”.

Join Graeme ‘In Concert’ celebrating his outstanding career in an evening jam packed with landmark songs and unforgettable performances.





 

 

SALE, Esso BHP Billiton Wellington Entertainment Centre

Wednesday 22 March

FRANKSTON, Arts Centre

Thursday 23 March

SHEPPARTON, Westside Performing Arts Centre

Friday 24 March

BENDIGO, Capital Theatre

Saturday 25 March

GEELONG, Drama Theatre

Sunday 26 March