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Live Baby Live INXS & The Doors

Trak Live Lounge Bar, Toorak 445 Toorak Road, Toorak, Melbourne VIC, Australia

‘I SEND A MESSAGE!’ -Fans of classic Rock should not miss a fantastic ‘NEW SENSATION’ Double bill Rock night when Australia’s two premier cover bands, the AUSTRALIAN INXS SHOW & ABSOLUTELY LIVE THE DOORS SHOW perform more ‘GOOD

TIMES’ at TRAK. We can “TASTE IT” now! It will be like no ‘TIME’ has passed, (because brilliant songs, ‘DON’T CHANGE’), and DOORS & INXS fans can enjoy the style and ‘ORIGINAL SIN’ created by 2 of the worlds sexiest lead singers/ front men.

The Australian INXS Show features six energetic and professional musicians who celebrate and honour the memory of Michael Hutchence and his band by bringing back to life the halcyon days of INXS, all the way from their self-titled debut and onto “Elegantly Wasted”.

ABSOLUTELY LIVE DOORS SHOW – The ceremony began in 1965, was reinvented in

1992 and now in 2014. Absolutely Live The Doors Show celebrates the psychedelic era that was the 1960′s and recreates the energy that existed in a 1960′s arena concert. Lead singer Tony Dee (aka Jim Morrison) works the crowd from the opening number of Riders on the Storm to Morrison’s spine chilling poetry Celebration of the Lizard King to the final number of either LA Woman or Roadhouse Blues. He is dedicated to raising the energy of the room and sustaining that energy, so that the crowd can open it’s own doors of perception and thus feel a release of free and primal exhilaration through engagement with the music. The Doors and the songs of The Doors are powerful metaphors for freedom of expression. The songs were given their birth in the ’60s, when substantial world events brought about changes in western culture because people needed avenues to express their new ideas of freedom. Reformed in 2010 and playing to sold out shows in Melbourne at both The Espy and TRAK in Melbourne, at The Charles

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