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John Schumann (Redgum) / Shane Howard (Goanna) Tour Details released.
For Tickets go to: www.shanehoward.com.au/dates

or to the Venues...

Friday 30th November 2018
EVENT Twin Towns Services Club             
ADDRESS Twin Towns, Wharf St, Tweed Heads, NSW 2481
TICKETS https://www.twintowns.com.au/events/john-schumann-shane-howard-and-the-red-dirt-band/

Saturday 1st December 2018   
EVENT Imperial Hotel, Eumundi
ADDRESS 1 Etheridge St, Eumundi QLD 4562
TICKETS http://www.imperialhoteleumundi.com.au/whats-on-listing/john-schumann-shane-howard-the-red-rockin-dirt-band

Wednesday 5th December 2018   
EVENT Byron Theatre
ADDRESS Byron Community Centre, 69 Johnson St Byron Bay NSW 2481 Australia
TICKETS https://www.byroncentre.com.au/event/

Thursday 6th December 2018   
EVENT Bingara  - Community Concert
ADDRESS Gwydir Oval, Bingara. NSW
TICKETS FREE EVENT

Friday 7th December 2018   
EVENT Grafton District Services Club
ADDRESS 105-107 Mary St, Grafton NSW 2460
TICKETS https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=428853

Saturday 8th December 2018   
EVENT Laurieton United Services Club
ADDRESS 2 Seymour Street, Laurieton NSW 2443
TICKETS http://www.laurietonclub.com.au/entertainment

Sunday 9th December 2018   
EVENT Wests Leagues, New Lambton
ADDRESS 88 Hobart Rd, New Lambton NSW 2305
TICKETS https://www.westsnewcastle.com.au/events/john-schumann-shane-howard

Sunday 16th December 2018   
EVENT The Governor Hindmarsh
ADDRESS 59 Port Rd, Hindmarsh SA 5007, Hindmarsh SA 5007
TICKETS http://thegov.oztix.com.au/?Event=94156

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John Schumann and Shane Howard “There are storm clouds on the horizon. The so-called Leader of the Free World is busy dismantling the progressive work of decades. The conduct of our own national affairs is marked by blinkered vision and infuriating self-interest. We need these two raggedy poets. We need songs for times like these.” Following their acclaimed Adelaide concert in May last year, John, Shane and the Red Rockin’ Dirt Band return to Adelaide to conclude a brief tour through Queensland and New South Wales. With their instantly recognisable vocal styles, their incisive but elegantly poetic lyricism and their lifelong commitment to a tolerant, compassionate Australia, Shane Howard and John Schumann are two of the most influential singer-songwriters this country has ever produced. They have created songs that changed Australia. Shane is best known for his leadership of Goanna and his powerful, evocative statement on the plight of indigenous Australia, “Solid Rock”. John is best known for his leadership of Redgum and his compelling Vietnam veterans anthem, “I was only 19”. Both Shane and John continue to enjoy substantial careers, decades after their leadership of the bands that made them famous. They have recorded together on a number of occasions. Indeed, their 2017 collaboration, “Times like These”, continues to get airplay around the country. Their uncompromising stance on a wide range of important socio-political issues over decades has not endeared them to the establishment. Nonetheless, they have retained the respect and admiration of those Australians who remember when there was more to Australian music than compliant musicians warbling inconsequential ditties to the sustained applause of the conservative media In times like these we need these two raggedy poets.