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The Beatles' Abbey Road Played By the Honey Sliders

When:

Fri 4 Aug 2017, 7:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Triffid, 7-9 Stratton Street, Newstead, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: dannywiddicombe

Come together. The Beatle’s iconic album, Abbey Road will be played live in its entirety.

Local Brisbane musician Danny Widdicombe is heading to the USA to photograph the total solar eclipse this August, and to say Bon Voyage, he and his band The Honey Sliders will be recreating The Beatles’ landmark classic album Abbey Road live on stage in its entirety with special guests.

The Honey Sliders are some of Australia’s best musicians and they have a history of creating respectful and outstanding recreations of their favourite albums. This promises to be a very special night. The Honey Sliders, presented by Danny Widdicombe, plus special guests perform Abbey Road.

The Honey Sliders have built a reputation for their stunning recreations of some of their all-time favourite albums. Starting with Hendrix’s Axis: Bold as Lovein 2013, they went on to wow the audience with a live, rambunctious rendition of Neil Young’s On the Beach the following year. In 2015 they went on to break box office records with the sold out extravaganza of The Band’s classic farewell concert The Last Waltz. The Honey Sliders’ reputation for staging respectful recreations of classic albums was cemented with their performance of The Last Waltz which special guests like Bernard Fanning, Troy Cassar-Daley, Jeff Lang and Ian Haug. 2016 saw the band play sell-out shows performing The Rolling Stones’ cult album Sticky Fingers with Australian rock legend Tim Rogers on lead vocals.

Joining The Honey Sliders on stage will be Ben Salter (Gin Club, The Wilson Pickers), Tim Steward (Screemfeeder, We All Want To), Seja (Regurgitator),Andrew Morris (Bernard Fanning Band, The Wilson Pickers), Hayden Andrews (Cheap Fakes), Jen Mize and Andy McDonell.