Beyond The Blue Horizon – Songs of Mike Nesmith – Sold Out!

Event Description

After The Monkees disbanded, Mike Nesmith set off down his unique musical path, giving us some of the “smartest songs ever penned about cows, break-ups, and broken-down Chevys”.

Joanne, Different Drum, Listen to the Band, and Rio became huge AM Radio hits, and cemented Nesmith as a songwriter and performer with a singular take on the minutiae of life.

In Beyond the Blue Horizon, love, friendship, boredom and shenanigans are enveloped in his quirky, kooky country-rock embrace, and served up by a superb band for your listening pleasure, and pleasant bemusement.

Celebrating Mike are Australia’s pedal steel guitar maestro Michel Rose, vocalist Anje West, 3x ARIA-nominated Danny Widdicombe (guitar/vocals), The Company’s Jamie Clark (guitar), Helen Russell (bass) and Kym Ambrose (drums).

SORRY – SOLD OUT!

Saturday October 24

9:00 pm to 9:50 pm

The Old Museum

Venue

The Old Museum

480 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills, Queensland 4006

(+61)7 32574089

https://www.oldmuseum.org

General Admission – Cabaret Table Seating only
Doors open 30 minutes prior to show start time
COVID-Safe restrictions in place
Licensed Bar available in the venue

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