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LEGEND VOICES OF ROCK TOUR POSTPONED

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the 2017 Legend Voices of Rock will no longer be touring in September / October 2017.

The tour was to feature frontmen from four of the most influential and acclaimed international rock bands of the 70s and 80s, with dozens of Top 40 hits and over 130 million record sales combined. Bobby Kimball is the legend voice of TOTO, Joe Lynn Turner is the legend voice of DEEP PURPLE and RAINBOW and Australia’s own Mark Gable is the legend voice of CHOIRBOYS.

The Promoters commented; “We are disappointed that the tour cannot proceed at this time. However we hope to be able to present a similar event in 2018.”

All purchased tickets will be fully refunded. Any ticket enquiries can be made directly with the venues.

LEGEND VOICES OF ROCK TOUR POSTPONED

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the 2017 Legend Voices of Rock will no longer be touring in September / October 2017.

The tour was to feature frontmen from four of the most influential and acclaimed international rock bands of the 70s and 80s, with dozens of Top 40 hits and over 130 million record sales combined. Bobby Kimball is the legend voice of TOTO, Joe Lynn Turner is the legend voice of DEEP PURPLE and RAINBOW and Australia’s own Mark Gable is the legend voice of CHOIRBOYS.

The Promoters commented; “We are disappointed that the tour cannot proceed at this time. However we hope to be able to present a similar event in 2018.”

All purchased tickets will be fully refunded. Any ticket enquiries can be made directly with the venues.
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"Choirboys never took anything seriously (one of our major faults) and Jim got caught in the middle of this constantly and here is one example ‘The Hump-stack’.

Jim asked to talk to me outside the studio one day and said “can you get the band to respect me please Mark?” “I feel the producer needs to be respected by the artist?” I said “sure, no problem mate”.

Once back inside and sitting on the black leather couch on the back wall with my 3 band mates and Jim back in the producer’s seat in front of the recording console I yelled “HUMP-STACK!”

This was the signal to drag Jim off his chair and everyone to jump on him. So much for respect, poor Jim who went on to produce music for all kinds of movies in Los Angeles and successfully as well." Mark Gable
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