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- Apr 01Apr01Find ticketsUntil Apr 05Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm - Tyagarah, NSWBluesfest 2021On partner site
- Jun 11Jun11Find ticketsFri 6:00 PMThe Ravenswood - Ravenswood, WAThe Angels: The Darkroom Tour 2020
- Jun 12Jun12Find ticketsSat 8:00 PMCharles Hotel - North Perth, WAThe Angels: The Darkroom Tour 2020
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About The Angels
“Musical arrangements from Rob John and Jamie Messenger were absolutely stunning, taking full advantage of the rich texture an orchestra can bring.” Peter Burdon, Adelaide Advertiser
Australian rock stalwarts The Angels bring their highly acclaimed show Symphony of Angels to Perth Concert Hall for the very first time. Under the musical direction of conductor and composer, Rob John, the band – Rick and John Brewster, Nick Norton and Sam Brewster, fronted by the incomparable and charismatic Dave Gleeson – is set to rock again in this symphonic spectacular.
This 20-song extravaganza will take you through The Angels’ greatest works, among them: Take A Long Line, Marseilles, After The Rain, Be With You, No Secrets and Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again. Brothers Rick and John grew up in Adelaide surrounded by a family of classical musicians, and always hoped their beloved rock anthems could one day be elevated by orchestral accompaniment – the result is Symphony of Angels.
"The Angels had a profound effect on the Australian live music scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s. They helped redefine the Australian pub rock tradition… their no-frills, hard-driving boogie rock attracted pub goers in unprecedented numbers. In turn, The Angels' shows raised the standard expected of live music.” Ian McFarlane, music journalist