Love in air at club with JPY

CELEBRATING five decades in the music industry, pop star John Paul Young and his Allstar Band are hitting the road on a major anniversary tour and will swing into Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club later this month.

John’s ’50 Years Young’ anniversary tour will take you on a journey from Scotland to the shores of Australia and back again, with timeless songs that brought him national and international stardom like Love is in the Air, Yesterday’s Hero, I Hate the Music, Pasadena and more.
From 70s pop icon to the ARIA Hall of Fame, JPY has become the soundtrack for the ‘Countdown’ generation and beyond.
John tells and sings his own story from his beginnings as a Scottish immigrant to his legendary status in Aussie music folklore.
With over four million album sales worldwide, numerous awards and an induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2009, he is recognised as one of the most iconic artists in Australian music’s history.
In 2012, John received an Order of Australia (OAM) for his services to charity and the music industry.
From John’s first release with Pasadena in 1972, he then went on to become the unofficial co-presenter alongside Molly Meldrum on ABC TV’s Countdown and to the present day he has been a constant presence on the live music scene as well as theatre including roles in the original Jesus Christ Superstar, Shout – The Johnny O’Keefe Story, Leader of the Pack – The Ellie Greenwich Story and most recently, Grease, The Musical.
Catch the show on Sunday, June 26, from 7pm; tickets, $50, from chprsl.com.au or call 9559 0000.