Blue Mountains Theatre’s popular Morning Melodies program returns next month, kicking off what promises to be a year jam-packed with incredible entertainment.
The February concert forms part of the 2019 Seniors Festival celebrations, and features the Golden Boys of rock ‘n’ roll - Lucky Starr, Roland Storm and the John Watson Band.
In March, the dazzling and energetic Euro Latino will showcase the most popular melodies of Europe and South America. This knockout show stars Paul Cincotta, Lisa Lombardo and spectacular showgirl dancers.
Dorian Mode and his swinging trio will honour one of the world’s most beloved jazz singers with their smooth show, Unforgettable: A Tribute to Nat King Cole, in April.
Later in the year the audience will take a nostalgic journey through movie music history with The Golden Years of Hollywood; celebrate America’s country/folk icons with Remembering John Denver and Glen Campbell; and enjoy a charming homage to legendary French songsters Edith Piaf and Charles Aznavour.
There will be a journey to rockabilly heaven with Lonnie Lee & The Leemen; the NSW Police Band’s concert of favourite classics and showstopper hits; a trip down memory lane with the best-loved Songs of the 70s with Stephen Fisher-King; and, to honour the ‘Boy from Oz’, an energetic tribute: Tenterfield To Rio: The Peter Allen Show.
Last, but not least, celebrate Christmas in style with crooner extraordinaire Grant Galea’s A Very Croony Christmas – a show guaranteed to have you singing along to classics from Bing Crosby to Bobby Darin, Elvis and Frank Sinatra as well as timeless Christmas classics.
Morning Melodies at the Hub is a monthly live music program at Blue Mountains Theatre.
An exciting and entertaining selection of evergreen favourites are performed by accomplished singers and musicians. Tickets include a Devonshire morning tea before the concert at 10am.
Morning Melodies at Blue Mountains Theatre, 106 Macquarie Road Springwood. Tickets $20 (includes morning tea and concert).
Tickets can be purchased in person at the box office, via phone 4723 5050 or online at www.bluemountainstheatre.com.