James Reyne at The Street Theatre @ The Street Theatre

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Late in 2013, James Reyne played two sold-out shows at The Basement in Sydney, exciting fans with a new live offering, A Crawl To Now. Showcasing a broad selection of Australian Crawl tracks plus songs from his time with Company Of Strangers and his solo hits, the acoustic trio of James Reyne, Tracy and Brett Kingman paid homage to an exceptional body of work. They brought the house down. With a self-confessed desire to keep up a hectic touring pace, “I’m always playing a gig somewhere, I just love to play live”, Reyne is poised to take A Crawl To Now on the road, bringing it to The Street Theatre, Canberra in May 2018. James’s output in recent years has been prolific, and his most recent long player ‘Thirteen’ received critical acclaim. “He’s a better singer today than ever, better songwriter, better lyricist. Every track on 'Thirteen' tells you how important all three of those aspects of his craft are to him.” - Ed Nimmervoll Recognised for his extensive charitable undertakings, Reyne received an Order Of Australia in January 2017. His songs have provided the soundtrack to endless Australian summers, including “The Boys Light Up”, “Reckless”, “Beautiful People”, “Lakeside”, “Daughters Of The Northern Coast”, “Fall Of Rome”, “Hammerhead”, “Motor’s Too Fast” and “Slave”. The recent re-release of the Australian Crawl catalogue on iTunes resulted in a #4 ARIA Album Chart position for ‘The Greatest Hits’. Now, following countless requests at live shows and online, James is ready to explore this material further. A Crawl To Now will feature songs from throughout his career. WIth over twenty albums under his belt, including 19 Top 40 hits (7 with Australian Crawl, 12 solo) and 10 Top 10 albums, there's plenty of material to draw on.

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2019
2018
2017

Milton Ulladulla Ex Servos Club 31 December, The Corner Hotel 05 November, The Gov 23 December, The Gov 22 December, The Shoppingtown Hotel 01 December, Caringbah Bizzo's 12 August, The Corner Hotel 06 November, The Palms at Crown (Ollie Brown) 16 September, The Palms at Crown (Ollie Brown) 15 September, EVAN Theatre Panthers (Ollie Brown) 08 September, Eatons Hill Hotel 11 August, Goulburn Workers Club 09 June, Enmore Theatre 09 September, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 23 September, The Astor Theatre (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 22 September, Enmore Theatre (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 09 September, Red Centre Pest Control (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 01 September, The Gov (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 19 August, The Gov (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 18 August, The Tivoli (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 12 August, Eatons Hill Hotel (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 11 August, The Palms at Crown (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 05 August, The Palms at Crown (Boom Crash Opera, Ollie Brown) 04 August, Bendigo Jockey Club 22 April, Kiama Showground 09 April, Bradbury Inn Hotel 01 April, Old Mount Gambier Gaol 11 February, Memo Music Hall 28 April, The Basement 05 May, Memo Music Hall 28 April, Harrigan's Drift Inn 01 April, Sandstone Point Hotel 25 February

2016

The Corner Hotel 31 October, Deniliquin Ute Muster Site 01 October, The Triffid 17 September, Country Club 20 August, Wrest Point 19 August, Anita's Theatre Thirroul 04 August, The Astor Theatre 21 February, Metropolis Fremantle 20 February, Grand, Bunbury 19 February, The Star Events Centre (James Reyne) 25 January, Melbourne Park - Grand Slam Oval 31 January, The Brass Monkey 25 January, Margaret Court Arena (James Reyne) 13 April, The Star Events Centre (James Reyne) 06 April, The Gov 09 January

2015