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Jason Singh – 25 Years of TAXIRIDE

Saturday, 11 May at 7:00 pm

$40

JASON SINGH, original founding member and lead singer of one of Australia’s most iconic rock bands TAXIRIDE, is on his way with his full band show 25 YEARS OF TAXIRIDE. GET SET to celebrate the momentous 25th anniversary of TAXIRIDE’s award-winning double platinum debut album: IMAGINATE. 

This anniversary tour will take fans on a mesmerising journey through the incredible 25-year career of JASON SINGH and TAXIRIDE. Fans will be taken back to a time when TAXIRIDE’s sound was its most electrifying and relive the magic of their timeless music. Expect to hear all the TAXIRIDE singles featuring JASON SINGH’s uniquely recognisable powerhouse vocals including the Top 5 hits “Get Set” and “Everywhere You Go” and the most played song on Australian radio in 2002 “Creepin’ Up Slowly”.

In addition to his work with Taxiride, JASON SINGH has achieved outstanding solo success, releasing multiple chart-topping hits and earning critical acclaim with his debut solo album HUMANNEQUIN and his tribute album VALE which also inspired his international hit show Heaven’s Greatest Hits. From the early days of breakthrough success to the solo ventures and everything in between, this epic anniversary tour will celebrate the musical milestones that have solidified both TAXIRIDE and JASON SINGH’s place in Australian music history.

Details

WHEN:
Saturday, 11 May
TIME:
7:00 pm
TICKET PRICE:
$40
BOOK NOW:
https://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/jason-singh-25-years-of-taxiride/158466

Venue

The Baroque Room
15-47 Katoomba Street
Katoomba,
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