Closed: Adam Hall and the Velvet Playboys

Come for a night of dancing with soul supergroup at the Astor

FAMOUS for his velvet sound and incredible range, international vocal sensation Richard Jackson and Q Sound will present the works of their contemporaries such as Stevie Wonder’s Superstition, Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On, James Brown’s I Feel Good and George Michael’s Faith combined with many other great soul artists and original compositions.

This music is guaranteed to get you up and dancing in the aisles.

Richard and Q Sound have headlined many major festivals and performed with The Isley Brothers, De La Soul, George Clinton, BabyFace, Wynton Marsalis, Jose James, Hiatus Kyote and Peabo Bryson.

Take full advantage to see these one-of-a-kind performers. The Astor Theatre is the only Australian stop on the tour.

The songs will be presented with the backing of one of Australia’s finest bands, Adam Hall and the Soul Playboys sing along with the Velvet Playboys to create a soul supergroup.

The ensemble will be presenting unique arrangements and original cuts from their new album Satisfied with a full horn section and background vocals to accompany.

Adam Hall and the Velvet Playboys are a multi award winning outfit from Perth and have recently won the BluesNews – Best album of the year (Germany) and numerous nominations and wins for best musical performance at Fringe Festivals.

There are many special guests planned and also you can order a CD/Digital download card with your ticket for an extra $10 per ticket.

Don’t miss this one night only show at the on Friday 1 June at the Astor Theatre at 7pm.

This will be soul music at its best, it will have you dancing and leaving with a smile.

Bookings through Ticketek –

Win Win Win

We have 10 double passes to giveaway to this show on Friday 1 June at the Astor Theatre.

To be in the draw simply fill in the form below with Velvet in the subject line or write to Velvet Boys c/- Have a Go News PO Box 1042, West Leederville 6901.

Closes 25/5/18.

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