James Reyne: A Crawl To Now

Friday 15 March 2019, 7.30pm
Presented by The Harbour Agency


Late in 2013, James Reyne played two sold-out shows at The Basement in Sydney, exciting fans with a new live offering, A Crawl To Now. Showcasing a broad selection of Australian Crawl tracks plus songs from his time with Company Of Strangers and his solo hits, the acoustic trio of James with Tracy and Brett Kingman, paid homage to an exceptional body of work. They brought the house down.

With a self-confessed desire to keep up a hectic touring pace, 'I’m always playing a gig somewhere, I just love to play live', Reyne is poised to take A Crawl To Now on the road, playing right across the country.

James’s output in recent years has been prolific, his most recent long player, 2012’s critically acclaimed album Thirteen. Music critic Ed Nimmervoll, in reviewing the album said, 'He’s a better singer today than ever, better songwriter, better lyricist. Every track on Thirteen tells you how important all three of those aspects of his craft are to him.'

His songs have provided the soundtrack to endless Australian summers, including The Boys Light Up, Reckless, Beautiful People, Lakeside, Daughters Of The Northern Coast, Fall Of Rome, Hammerhead, Motor’s Too Fast and Slave.

Now, following countless requests at live shows and online, James is ready to explore this material further, and will feature songs selected from throughout his career - over twenty albums representing an extensive catalogue, spurning 19 Top 40 hits (seven with Australian Crawl, 12 solo) and 10 Top 10 albums.

Recognised for his extensive charitable undertakings, Reyne received an Order Of Australia in January. His iconic song Reckless has featured heavily in the promotion for the series of TV show Puberty Blues, and the recent re-release of the Australian Crawl catalogue on iTunes resulted in a Number 4 ARIA Album Chart position for The Greatest Hits.

Reyne said today, 'Whilst I’m not inclined to get all nostalgic, it feels like the right time to go through this material and present it songbook style. The songs we’ve chosen are a lot of fun to perform - and it scratches my never-ending itch to tour, to play live!'
BUY TICKETS SEATING PLAN
Ticketing Information
NO REFUNDS / NO EXCHANGES
Before you begin an online transaction, please become familiar with our On-Line Ticketing Policy

This is a Hirer/Promoter show and the ticket prices are set by the Hirer/Promoter.

Contact DRTCC Box Office: 
(02) 6801 4378 or info@drtcc.com.au

Box Office Opening Hours: 
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday and 1 hour prior to the show.

Telephone bookings are not available one hour prior to the show.

Please note a $2.95 telephone booking fee applies to all phone transactions

Performance Duration: 2 hours and 20 minutes (includes 20 minute interval)
All Tickets $60.00
BUY TICKETS SEATING PLAN

Purchase Tickets

Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre
Comedy Concert Dance Family Musical Opera Drama Salute to the Songwriters

Go Back