The Fabulous Caprettos
Tuesday 14 September, 7:30pm
Witness four friends coming together to perform for the first time along with a fabulous band.
This performance will be something special as you see and hear all four artists performing together on stage for the entire duration of the concert. They will perform their hits, favourites, and songs that will be heard for the first time at this show.
Right now Daryl Braithwaite is showing no signs of slowing down. Always a fine interpreter of songs, Daryl is a singer/front-man/songwriter, well known from his early days with 70’s supergroup SHERBET to his highly successful solo career today. "I guess, overall, I'm happy I took up singing,” says Daryl with his customary modesty. “I really am. And, without labouring the point, I think that I've been very fortunate to have had a lot of help from different people as well. It seems to have come together. Why it's lasted this long, I think it's because I love it. I love doing it, and I love audiences.”
The past seven years have been an incredible musical journey for both Russell Morris and his fans. Russell has been fortunate enough to create and release three award-winning albums of blues and roots music along with the top-ten 2019 album, 'Black and Blue Heart'.
Jack was still a teenager when he found fame in Southern Sons. Southern Sons went on to become one of the best loved Australian bands of the ’90s with hits such as ‘Heart in Danger’, ‘Hold Me in Your Arms’, ‘You Were There’ and ‘Always and Ever’. Jack Jones is one of Australia’s most talented singer/songwriters and guitarists.
Rai is the founding member and singer songwriter for Thirsty Merc, and after over a decade of making music, Rai is still as thirsty as ever, creating and performing a swag of classic tracks such as '20 Good Reasons', 'Someday, Someday', 'Mousetrap Heart' and 'In The Summertime'.
Running time: Support Act: Alana Wilkinson 7:30pm-8:00pm; Caprettos 8:20pm - 9:50pm
All tickets: $69.90
- 14 September 2021
- 140 minutes
- West Gippsland Arts Centre
- Theatre 1