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Ready to rock with brothers Colin & Denny Burgess from AC/DC and Master Apprentices! - blog post image

Ready to rock with brothers Colin & Denny Burgess from AC/DC and Master Apprentices!

Colin Burgess, AC/DC's first drummer, twice voted Best Drummer in Australia and an ARIA Hall of Fame inductee (for Masters Apprentices), as well as his brother Denny Burgess, fellow Masters Apprentices member, also from The Throb (whose hit with Fortune Teller in the 60s outsold the Rolling Stones), are bringing their sensational new 'Lost Legends Showcase' rockumentary, to The Gearin Hotel on Sat 9 September, 9.30pm. This is a stunning salute to iconic Aussie singing stars who are no longer with us.

The brothers will be joined on stage by Roger Faynes from Stevie Wright's Band, and Golden Guitar nominee, the glorious Vanessa Lea. The lineup, known to fans as the Dead Singer Band, will be offering locals an incredible interactive experience with previously untold stories about their special friends and old bandmates, who were the most loved and famous singers this nation ever had.

The members of the Dead Singer Band knew these stars personally, and using video, interviews, costumes and personal recollections, really deliver something different and special, providing fresh insights with tenderness and candor whilst performing authentic renditions of hit after hit throughout the show. Glenn A Baker and other celebrities feature in the commentary, and if you're lucky, you might get Colin to reveal what happened when he was Bon Scott's roommate on tour!

So, gear up for the Gearin! This is one opportunity, not be missed.

The Gearin Hotel: 273 Great Western Hwy, Katoomba.

Date & Time: Saturday, the 9th September, 9.30pm.

www.facebook.com/DeadSingerBand

Feature Image: Denny Burgess performing live.

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