- Farewell Australia Tour -
Featuring special guest Terry Gordon.
Charlie and his five-piece band play to sell-out audiences and are well known for keeping concertgoers enthralled with his heartfelt and telling lyrics and his very human anecdotes.
His music rages from inspirational to country, from ballad to anthem, and he truly is as entertaining on stage as he is melodic. His own personal song writing blends easy on the ear, folk, country, inspirational, ballads and blues with a strong and often personal lyric content. This, mixed with his wit and repartee has led to a winning formula, which had made an impact on so many professionals and fans alike.
Since 1985 Charlie has toured the UK and Eire twice a year, building up a large following for his live work. He has performed at almost concert halls and theatre including London, Palladium, Labatts Apollo, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Philharmonic Hall, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Belfast Opera House, Belfast Waterfront and Dublin’s National Concert Hall.
Charlie has just won every award possible in the UK country scene and are too numerous to mention individually, however, they comprise best songwriter, best song, best male vocalist, best album and international country album of the year. He has also received a nomination as best global country artist in the CMA Awards in Nashville.
He has a following in Australia, where he has toured successfully five times in the past decade, brought out by his good friend, Terry Gordon O.A.M.
Many of his albums have topped the country charts as well as getting into the British pop charts. He is a true and immensely talented star, having sold well over a million albums.
One song in particular was to transform his life. Charlie wrote ‘What Colour Is the Wind,’ which tells the story of a young blind child’s attempts to envision the world.
As well as being blessed with a wonderful voice, he has an abundance of talent for songwriting. He has had many jobs throughout his life, finally finishing as a teacher, which has giving him a great grounding to draw on life’ experiences to write his classic songs.
Through these songs, he can have you shedding tears of sadness, turning into tears of joy, to total elation with your feet tapping and wanting to dance.
The statement Gerry Anderson of BBC-TV made says it all “Charlie is like a good wine, He matures, quietly over a long period of time. When the cork is popped, it’s well worth the wait.
Tuesday 17 March 2020 at 7.00pm
Tickets are on sale and can be purchased over the phone on (02) 6559 9110 or
at Club reception.