Pat Drummond and Muz Hartin “semi-naked” in Moree, March 14
HE hasn’t been seen in the Moree district for a while but sensational Aussie singer-songwriter Pat Drummond will be performing at Moree Town and Country Club on Tuesday, March 14.
Pat will team up with his old Naked Poets’ mate Muz Hartin for the show which starts at 6.30pm.
Tickets are $30, a light supper is included and you can purchase drinks at the bar.
A regular at The Moree Cotton Trade Show and Bullarah Hall in years gone by, Pat Drummond is recognised as one of the best and most prolific singer-songwriters in Australia.
Muz says Pat was on a journey north to spread his dad’s ashes in his home town in Central Queensland.
“That’s a bit scary as I’ll have to get in and do a fair bit of tidying up.
“So I spoke to Penny Boydell and we decided it would be a good opportunity to put on a show at The Town & Country Club.
“I had 13 years with Pat in The Naked Poets and he is an extremely talented individual – one of the best songwriters in the game and a brilliant guitarist with a wonderful voice.
“He writes with great passion and also has a lot of very funny songs in his repertoire.
“It will be a really good night and I can’t wait to hear a few of his classics like The Sao Song, The Road to Damascus and If I Die Before Keith Richards,” Muz said.
Muz will also be throwing in a few of his own rhyming yarns, including a few from his new CD, in what is shaping up as a great night out.
Pat and Muz will be on stage next Tuesday, March 14 at Moree Town and Country Club on Frome Street. They encourage everyone to be there by 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
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