Shannon 'Nollsie' Nolls is embarking on a national tour that celebrates his greatest tracks and in July he will take it to Dubbo for a performance at the Macquarie Inn.
The singer is currently on tour, aptly named 'The Singles Tour', which celebrates his well known songs including What About Me, Shine and Drive.
But those wanting to hear new music from Shannon won't be disappointed, because he is also including tracks for his newest album 'Unbroken.'
Shannon said he was looking forward to coming back to Dubbo, a place he was only at a couple of weeks ago.
"I like to get out to the bush, probably more than people might think," the former Condobolin local said.
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This 2019 tour will not only see Shannon play various songs, but the format will also be mixed when he plays both acoustic and rock.
"It's heaps of fun playing those bigger songs that I've had out before," Shannon said.
Shannon is performing at Dubbo's Macquarie Inn on Friday, July 19 and the Facebook event has already gathered hundreds of interest from fans.
It has been a roller-coaster year for Shannon, but it seems like things are finally going well for the 2003 Australian Idol runner-up.
The downward spiral first began at Nyngan's 2018 Duck Creek Races, when the singer went into a swearing and abusive filled tirade, after a member of the 5000 strong crowd threw a beer at him.
The incident was caught on film and shared nearly one million times. Shannon's reaction divided fans across Australia, with some believing he was within his rights to go off, while others condemned the way he spoke about women.
It started to improve for the crooner when he was invited to come to Dubbo just a month later as part of the Today show's Fighting for our Farmers - Drought Relief Appeal telethon which raised more than $7 million.
But things quickly went downhill again when in October 2018, Shannon was placed on a 12-month good behaviour bond after pleading guilty to cocaine possession while playing pool at a Sydney pub.
Shannon said at the time of the he was looking forward to putting the incident behind him.
And it seems like Shannon has done just that after he and wife, Rochelle, welcomed their fourth child, Colton, into the world just a couple of months later.
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So far Shannon's career and personal life looks like it is going upwards and the former Dancing With the Stars contestant said he hopes to make more music over the next 12 months.
The new album 'Unbroken' is Shannon's first in seven years and Shannon said he aims to get back into the studio.
"I don't want to have distance between the albums," he said. "I'll be concentrating on studio time."