Russell Morris: The Real Thing

Concert Hall, QPAC
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Australian rock legend Russell Morris is bringing his live show Russell Morris: The Real Thing to QPAC for the first time ever on January 15, 2022.

In this unique and intimate concert event, divided into two acts, you'll hear all about the man, his stories and the music that repeatedly topped Australian and international charts throughout the 60s and 70s.

Russell Morris

For Act 1, the celebrated singer-songwriter and guitarist will take a seat with ABC Radio Brisbane's Loretta Lynn and share stories and insights about the creation of some of the most iconic songs of the era and the legendary artists, from Jim Keays to Darryl Cotton, that have accompanied him on his stellar journey.

Russell Morris The Real Thing

Go behind the scenes as Morris talks about his debut solo single – the psychedelic, seven-minute production extravaganza "The Real Thing"; released in March 1969, written by Johnny Young and produced by Molly Meldrum, the single reached #1 in Australia before skyrocketing to the same heights in the United States.

Russell Morris: The Real Thing QPAC

For Act II it’s time to rock as Morris retakes the stage for 70 minutes with his 5-piece touring band to perform all of his beloved hits including"The Real Thing", "Sweet Sweet Love" and "Wings of an Eagle" and a selection from his blues-inspired catalogue.

Need to know- This is more than Russell Morris’ greatest hits, this is Morris in rare territory – sharing his most intimate career musings in conversation and performing solo. The perfect Christmas gift for fans!

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Russell Morris: The Real Thing

Concert Hall, QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

South Brisbane

Jan 15, 2022 8pm

$99-$115 + trans fee

136 246

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