Dubbo get ready to be taken on a journey through the musical ages when the Boys in the Band hits town for a feel good show.
The upcoming show will see the band members celebrate the most iconic artists of the 20th century playing hits from Frankie Valli, The Beatles, Queen and even to the Backstreet Boys.
The Boys in the Band comprise of Hugh Barrington, Justin Rynne and Damon Grebert Wade and Keane Fletcher.
No strangers to Dubbo, they first performed at the Dubbo Regional Theatre in 2017 and are returning to the venue on Sunday, May 5.
For those who last saw the boys in town for their 2017 performance will be thrilled to hear that the band will be putting on a completely new performance.
"We're bringing our brand new hit show 'Jukebox Revolution' to Dubbo.. And we're very excited to be doing that," band member Justin Rynne said.
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The singers are accompanied by their band The Players, who Justine described as "fantastic."
The band has been together for a number of years and have just returned from performing at the 2018 F1 Singapore Grand Prix.
"I think what's great is we're all quite unique and individual in our singing style so you're kind of getting almost in a way a four part show," Justin explained.
"We absolutely love doing Boys in the Band and this is a great new show."
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Justin explained that their tour this year focuses on regional venues.
"I do live in the big city.. I love the theatre scene here and I just wish that the rest of Australia had access to that," he said.
"I feel like it's my duty as an artist to leave the city and go out to these regional towns and share the arts with the, because the arts are so great.
"We're super excited to come back to Dubbo because we had such a good show there in 2017. We know we're going to have a great show there at the start of May as well."
The two hour show will appeal to all ages with its various music genres.
"I'd say it's a predominantly older audience at times but we do get quite a young group of people coming and they really seem to love it," Justin said.
As well as a new format the upcoming Jukebox Revolution show has added and a few new melodies too.
"Obviously we couldn't take out Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons... that had to stay.. But we've added in melodies such as Aussie rock.. All the hits of Elvis.. The best of motown as well," Justin explained.
"It's actually a really fun show."
SMA formulated the Boys in the Band show JukeBox Revolution.
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