Aussie legend’s rocking in

A rare treat for Valentine’s Day

IN a win for all romantics, Aussie music icon Daryl Braithwaite returns this Valentine’s Day, February 14, to Revesby Workers’ Club for one special show only
Braithwaite launched his career as lead singer of Sherbet, a band synonymous with the 70s and their accomplishments during their long career were many.
Between 1971 to 1978, Sherbet produced 20 national top 40 singles, including ‘Howzat’, ‘As the Days Go By’, ‘Silvery Moon’, ‘Rock Me Gently’, ‘Summer Love’, ‘You’re My World’ and ‘Can You Feel It Baby’, and was the first Australian band to top the $1 million mark in album sales in this country.
During this period, Daryl won the Australian King of Pop Award three times.
His most popular hit, ‘The Horses’, held the number one position on the national charts over three consecutive weeks.
The unexpected success of this single led to it being voted ‘Australian Song of the Year’ at the 1991 Australian Music Awards.
More than two decades later, and at the tender age of 71, this music legend is still pumping out hit after hit and released album ‘Forever The Tourist’ in 2013 which he said was a personal thank you to his most loyal fans for their support over the years.
He was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2017.
Braithwaite remains an integral part of the evolution and development of Australian popular music and is a must-see live on stage.
With tickets, $45, doors open at 8pm.
Details and booking: rwc.org.au.