Entertainment

Stunning tribute to 70s, 80s icons ‘Blondie, Eurythmics’

LOVE Eurythmics and Blondie? ‘Who’s That Girl’, a tribute to these two great icons, is on offer this Saturday, February 22, 8-11pm, at Canterbury League Club.

These stellar bands achieved global success with their many hits in the 70s and 80s.
Blondie paved the way with the fusion of pop/punk/reggae and early rap creating timeless hits like Heart of Glass, Atomic and Call Me.
Eurythmics pioneered a techno sound fused with rock/pop including hits such as Sweet Dreams, Love is a Stranger, Thorn In My Side, Missionary Man and There Must Be An Angel.
Having wowed the crowd with her Australian Fleetwood Mac show, ‘Running in the Shadows’, Clodagh Reid’s strong soulful voice, passion and engaging performance ability will bring the energy and vocals required to celebrate these two legendary female icons.
Clodagh will be supported by a seven-piece band with some of Sydney’s best musicians including Paul Najar (Great Gig in the Sky) on keys, Nick Meredith (Johnny and the E Types) on guitar, Mike Hague (The Sixties Show) on drums, Adam Nicholls (Party Inc) on bass, David Weir (Weirdassembly) on saxophone and singer Carmel Mesiti (Vanessa Amorosi support) on backing vocals.
Tickets: $10-$15 by calling 9704 7777 or visit canterbury.com.au/whats-on/seat-advisors.