Moving Pictures: A Day In The Sun Tour With James Reyne - ARIA Week 2015 @ Revesby Workers Club

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Acoustic album picture this out 9 October - Touring Nationally With James Reyne. The Australian musical landscape in the 1980’s was very heavily shaped and influenced by the band Moving Pictures. Formed in 1978 by Alex Smith, Garry Frost, Charlie Cole, Paul Freeland, Ian Lees, and Andrew Thompson, together, they jumped out of the blocks with 1981’s #1 smash album Days Of Innocence and would go on to release three original albums from 1981 through to 1988. Days Of Innocence produced by Charles Fisher; delivered the energetic ‘Bustin’ Loose’ and the empassioned, - and often covered - chart topping smash hit; ‘What About Me?’ This song would go on to be awarded ‘Best Single’ at the 1982 Countdown Music Awards and was the second highest selling single in Australia that year. ‘What About Me?’ also entered the Billboard Top 40 and remained in the US singles charts for a massive 26 weeks. The song also made it into the illustrious Billboard Hot 100 singles list for 1983 – a rare feat indeed for an Australian band. Moving Pictures will officially launch the Picture This album at a very special live showcase at The Basement in Sydney on Wednesday September 30th. Tickets for this show are on sale now. Moving Pictures will also join James Reyne to perform right across Australia for the 'A Day In The Sun' Summer 2015/2016 tour.

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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


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