Over four decades legendary Irish duo Foster and Allen have been entertaining audiences world-wide with their various easy listening hits and in May they will be taking their latest international tour to Dubbo.
Mick Foster and Tony Allen formed their duo Foster and Allen in 1975 and since then have achieved album and video sales in excess of 20 million worldwide.
They are the only act in the world to have released 30 charting albums over a 40-year career and their easy-listening sound remains as fresh and exciting as ever.
To coincide with their national tour of Australasia, Foster and Allen will release two new albums through Sony BMG.
The album 'Gold and Silver Days' features all new material and After All These Years is specially released for Mother's Day.
The duo will be accompanied by Moyra Fraser on Keyboards, Ollie Kennedy on bass guitar and Bryan Megahey on lead guitar.
Tony said it was important to get back to Australia to perform for their fans, who have been following them since the 1980s.
"It's very important because back in 1983 we had a number one record in Australia with Maggie...," he said.
"I think this is our 20th trip to Australia. We're really looking forward to it."
What makes Foster and Allen so appealing to this day was the easy listening music.
The duo will be taking their tour for a run of shows across metro and regional venues, which includes a performance at the Dubbo Regional Theatre on May 15.
"We'll be coming back to meet a lot of old friends again in Dubbo," Tony said.
"I'm looking forward to it."
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Tony said it was really important they get along to these regional theatres.
"We've always done that... all the towns in Australia have good theatres, some of them big ones, some not that big...," he said.
They have recorded over 1000 songs and have been recording music every year since first forming.
"We had an album in the British charts every year from 1983 right up to last year...," Tony said.
After the Australian tour wraps up in June, the duo will be taking a little break before going back into the studio to record a Christmas album.
Then they will be back on the road for some shows in Canada and Ireland.