Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson - four towering giants of the music industry.
Known collectively as The Highwaymen, the quartet has a unique connection to Australians that has only strengthened over the last two decades. The Highwaymen toured Australia in 1991 and 1995, performing in Newcastle, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. Attracting hundreds of thousands to their concerts and generating an excitement rivalled only by that of The Beatles. Now, Canadian-born international performer and producer Dail Platz - along with Graeme Jensen, Gary LeGear, Dallas Southam and Laurie Keating, have re-created the magic that is The Highwaymen. The show features great musicianship with pedal steel guitar, acoustic and electric guitars, drums, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and harmonica.The Highwaymen Tribute Show is a musical and visual recreation - right down to their desert backdrop and the trademark rifle coats. This level of professionalism has really hit the mark with audiences. It is the only genuine, touring Highwaymen show in the Southern Hemisphere. All The Highwaymen's great songs are covered: Silver Stallion, Live Forever, The Highwayman and much more, along with individual classics like Luckenbach Texas, On the Road Again, Folsom Prison Blues, Ring of Fire and Help me Make it Through the Night – 40 classic songs in all.
As Waylon Jennings once said in an interview about The Highwaymen - 'It's all about the songs.'
All tickets $55.00