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Killer Queen Experience and Bowie show

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Killer Queen at Mullum Ex-Services club

Don’t miss this double header extravaganza – The Killer Queen Experience with special guest The David Bowie Show.

Wayne Vitale delivers the Bowie vocal like no other, staying true to Bowie’s on-stage personas and respecting one of the best voices ever recorded. With over 3000 live performances across Australia and overseas with numerous bands and tribute acts, Wayne’s musical talents are showcased in The David Bowie Show.

Visually ‘Ziggy Stardust’ comes alive, and so too does ‘Aladdin Sane’, ‘The Thin White Duke’ and the New Wave ‘80s Bowie, with classic costumes and makeup from each period.

Killer Queen’s lead singer is John Blunt, an original member and Freddie Mercury impersonator for over 15 years, cementing John as the most recognised Freddie around the globe.

The Band – Wayne Vitale bass guitar, Kevin Shilling on drums and Andrew Edwards on guitar, form the complete Queen lineup portraying the band in costume, replica instruments and harmonies – all live on stage, the perfect lineup that is the right Queen chemistry. The two-hour live show showcases all of Queen’s and Bowie’s greatest hits.

Friday, 12 August from 8pm  |  18+ Only Show.
Presale tickets $35 mullumexservices.com.au.

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