Everyone who has been to an Australian pub would know the number one hit song Hotel California by American rock band The Eagles.
Even years after the band was at its peak, the timeless hit song is still being played religiously by pubs, venues and other artists, but none of which have brought the band to life the way tribute acts do.
Hotel California The Eagles Experience live concert and stage show will honour the extraordinary talent and timeless catalogue of The Eagles when they take to Dubbo next month.
The Dubbo concert comes as part of the Hotel California The Eagles Experience Australian and New Zealand 2021 tour.
For one night in Dubbo, the cover group will step into the shoes of Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner, performing many well known hits.
They've got the sound, the skills, the style and the 70s hair to go with it, now they just need an audience.
Two of the five members include South African artists Rusty Red, who is also an independent artist, as Joe Walsh and drummer/vocalist Michael Dickens as Don Henley.
Dickens and Red have already made a name for themselves in both countries, having just come off the Sweet Carolina Tour- a Queen tribute show produced through the same company- Showtime Australia.
Showtime Australia, a group of international companies specialising in the production, promotion and touring of world-class tribute shows, are looking forward to highlighting the masterful songwriting, iconic harmonies and rockin' guitar solos of The Eagles.
The two hour show will be filled with live performances covering all of The Eagles hit songs from Hotel California to Desperado, Take It Easy, Tequila Sunrise, Heartache Tonight, Life in the Fast Lane, Lyin' Eyes, Get Over It, New Kid In Town, Witchy Woman and many more.
The concert will be held at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre on August 30 from 8pm to 10:30pm.
Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.eventfinda.com.au/2021/hotel-california-the-eagles-experience/dubbo.
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