All round high-flying, hog-riding Australian icon Ian Moss is touching down in Perth this weekend to play a one-off special concert at the Astor Theatre this Saturday, July 29 to help raise money for the Make A Difference Foundation, what a legend!
His tenure in Cold Chisel saw Ian Moss come to be revered as one the greatest guitar players in Australian music, but his solo career showed that he was much more than that. The classic debut album Matchbook was awarded ‘Album Of The Year’ at the 1990 ARIA Awards and spent three consecutive weeks at Number 1, staying in the Top 10 for a staggering 14 weeks selling in excess of Double Platinum. It housed his most renown tracks Telephone Booth and Tucker’s Daughter. Moss will be performing all his favourites from Matchbook as well as other classic tunes.
Proceeds of the concert will help to make a difference to the lives of those in need.
For more information on the event head to astortheatreperth.com.
We have 2 x double passes to give away to Ian Moss at the Astor this Saturday. To enter simply email us here at email@example.com with IAN MOSS in the title and tell us where the “Telephone Booth” is, in the track of the same name. Don’t forget to like the X-Press Facebook page and sign up to the newsletter to be in the running!
Competition closes 12pm Friday, July 28. Please only enter if you can attend.