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Denis Walter performing the hits of the 60's and 70's

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

Restrictions: All Ages

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Celebrate Mum early this Mother’s Day by giving the gift of Denis Walter! The well-known broadcaster and television host, celebrates four decades of his illustrious music career presenting a special early Mother’s Day concert at Melbourne’s, The Palms at Crown on Sunday, May 1 2022 (1pm matinee) and also features special guest, Lisa Edwards.

Denis and his band will deliver soaring takes of songs well represented from the ’60s and ’70s including Easybeats ‘Friday On My Mind’ and ‘She’s So Fine’, John Paul Young’s 1975 classic, ‘Yesterday’s Hero’, Jon English classics ‘Six Ribbons’ and the brilliant pop-noir ‘Hollywood Seven’, Brian Cadd’s Don’t You Know It’s Magic’, Max Merritt’s ‘Slipping Away’, Lynne Randell’s ‘Ciao Baby’, Love Affair’s ‘Everlasting Love’ and the timeless ‘Don’t You Know Yockomo’ … to name a few.

These tracks are all showcased on Denis’ recent album YESTERDAY ONCE MORE.

A national treasure, Denis was awarded an OAM for services to music in 2015. This is a show with that unmistakable voice and featuring special guests singing many brilliant classic songs of the '60s and '70s.

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