50’s Rock’n’Roll at its Best
Buddy Holly aka Paul McCann and a host of rock’n’roll friends, legends in their own right, will entertain you with the sounds that stir the souls of fans everywhere. Great musical memories including Oh Boy, That’ll be the Day, Think it Over and Peggy Sue.
Who could forget, Dion’s blues based The Wanderer, Bill Haley with Rock Around the Clock or Eddie Cochran and the Summertime Blues, let alone Buddy Holly’s great friends Ritchie Valens with La Bamba or The Big Bopper with his trademark Heeeeello Baby and Chantilly Lace?
Morning Tea is served by the Red Cross from 10am in the foyer. All performances begin at 11am and conclude around 12:30.
Morning Melodies doesn’t happen Everyday so make sure the opportunity to see this show does Not Fade Away because That’ll be the Day you regret not buying your ticket to see this show - ‘Oh Boy’!
We’d love to see you here so book at the Box Office 597 High Street Penrith, Phone 4723 7600 or go online.
Next Morning Melodies, 28 march – This Girl, Rachael Beck – is selling quickly so don’t forget to book your tickets early!
50’s Rock’n’Roll at its Best - Morning Melodies
Wednesday 28 February 2018
Morning tea at 10am, performance begins at 11am
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, 597 High Street Penrith
- Box Office 597 High Street Penrith
- Phone 4723 7600 or online
This article archived 12 Apr 2018
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