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Denis Walter: Yesterday Once More with Special Guest Mirusia

Where: The Palms at Crown, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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Well-known broadcaster and television host, Denis Walter, celebrates four decades of his illustrious music career presenting a special concert at Melbourne’s, The Palms at Crown on Sunday, June 6 and includes hits from the '60s and '70s that feature on his new album Yesterday Once More and features special guest, international soprano - Mirusia.

The great Australian singer Denis Walter is back with a brand new album Yesterday Once MORE. Recorded with producer Michael Cristiano (The Seekers), Walter is joined by a stunning list of collaborators including, Brian Cadd, John Paul Young, Vika and Linda Bull, Mirusia and Centre & The South.

The Great Australian Songbook is well represented on Yesterday Once More as Walter delivers soaring takes of the Easybeats ‘Friday On My Mind’ and ‘She’s So Fine’ (with Melbourne band Centre & the South). Harry Vanda and George Young are further represented on a rollicking duet of their 1975 JPY classic, ‘Yesterday’s Hero’ - featuring John Paul Young himself.

With a title song from the Carpenters, further highlights include Brian Cadd duet on ‘Don’t You Know It’s Magic’, a cover of Max Merritt’s ‘Slipping Away’, Lynne Randell’s ‘Ciao Baby’, ‘Move Baby Move’, Love Affair’s ‘Everlasting Love’ and the timeless ‘Don’t You Know Yockomo’ (sung with Vika and Linda Bull).

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