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Australian politics transformed

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After a long journey and many fantastic performances on the hottest music show in the country – millions of people voted Reece Mastin as the winner of The X Factor for 2011.

Now is your chance to see Reece Mastin live in concert with full band for his debut international tour. Reece Mastin’s debut single, Good Night, was released in November in time for his 17th birthday – Reece was able to celebrate with some incredible news: Good Night averaged one sale every 2.7 second for the entire day. The single sold over 30,000 units in 24 hours.

In December the debut album, Reece Mastin was be released and features the X Factor journey that the 17 year old from Greenwith, South Australia has taken competing for his place in the final 12. It features re-recorded studio tracks of some of the incredible performances on the show, including She Will Be Loved, Joker And The Thief, Paradise City and I Kissed A Girl, as well as recordings of his standout performance Breakeven, and his winning single, Good Night.

Reece will be joined on every show by very special guest, Johnny Ruffo. A self-taught singer and dancer, the 23 year old from Western Australia showed his raw potential during his performance of Jay Sean’s Do You Remember.

After each live show, there will also be a chance to meet Reece Mastin up close. Tonight and tomorrow at Twin Towns.

 


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