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Mon, 5 September 2016

Into The Mystic

Filed under: Irish music, blues music — site admin @ 1:00 pm

Into The Mystic – The Music of Van Morrison
Friday 14 October
The Satellite Lounge Wheelers Hill
Tickets from $22 +bf
Ticket Pricing
event_seatReserved Seating $33 + bf
General Admission $22 +bf
At the Door $25
Doors Open:
8pm(Standing Area)
With front man Joe Creighton born and raised in Belfast, he is able to bring a tremendous authenticity to his show that pays homage to the legendary Irish songwriter that is Van Morrison.
Legendary Australian singer and bassist Creighton grew up in Belfast during the late 1960s under the backdrop of the civil rights movement, riots, religious and social unrest – remarkable times played out to the soundtrack of Van Morrison and a band simply known as Them.

From the coffee shops on Belfast’s Royal Avenue, the anthemnic chorus of G.L.O.R.I.A boomed, cementing a style of music that Creighton has carried with him throughout a stellar career. Known primarily as one of this country’s most formidable bass players that has seen him tour with John Farnham, Kylie Minogue and Olivia Newton John, Creighton is also a singer/songwriter with his debut album ‘Hollywell’ released in 1994 to critical acclaim. Into the Mystic sees Creighton effortlessly recreate the feeling of those heady days and releases the essence of the music that was so integral. He takes the audience on a journey that begins in the 1960s and moves through the decades encompassing Van’s worldwide hits with a sprinkling of some of the more mystical poetic songs from Astral Weeks.

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