A time when cats were in the cradle, they filled up your senses, country roads took you home and the good old girls were drinking whiskey and rye.
Songs of the Seventies is a collection of the greatest hits from the coolest decade, taking you back to the days of flower power and stairways to heaven - when people built bridges over troubled waters.
Multi-award winner Stephen Fisher-King revisits his guitar-playing roots alongside fellow award-winning entertainers Di Solomon and guitar-god Bob Howe, as they re-create the time when here in Australia, nothing could save the Governor General.
Fisher-King has a long and established career as an entertainer, which includes numerous musical theatre productions (including Cats, Evita, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and The Rocky Horror Show). He's even sung the national anthem at the State of Origin.
Now he's going back to his roots to bring audiences the best of the 1970s.
The show includes a selection of the best-loved music from the greatest bands and performers of the 1970s, including America, the Eagles, Bread, Neil Young, Led Zeppelin, John Denver, Elton John, Cat Stevens and Fleetwood Mac
This exciting show is supported by authentic, historic video footage which will transport you back to a time when you were probably still searching for a heart of gold.
The show is on at the Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub on Wednesday, October 9, at 11am. Tickets $20 at 4723 5050 or bluemountainstheatreandhub.com.au.