The man cited in some circles as the lead singer of the "best band Australia ever produced" – Cold Chisel - is coming to Bali for a one-night-only-performance exclusively for passengers flying to Bali on Air Paradise International.
Jimmy Barnes in Concert in Bali
Born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1956 and reared in the outskirts of Adelaide, Jimmy Barnes has been singing to a devoted circle of hard-core rock 'n roll fans during each of the last 4 decades, managing to record 19 popular albums of music along the way. Bidding farewell to Cold Chisel in 1984, Barnes embarked on a successful solo career including recording gigs in both Australia and the U.S.A.; soundtrack numbers for the movie "Lost Boys"; a collaborative recording with Tina Turner and Diesel; a shared concert tour with Bon Jovi; and becoming the subject of the biography "Too Much Ain’t Enough."
Bali's only home-grown airline, Air Paradise International will be presenting Jimmy Barnes in a one night live concert in Bali at The Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday, November 19, 2005.
"Barnesy", will be performing old favorites such as "Khe Sahn" together with new singles from his latest album "Double Happiness". That album has achieved platinum sales and includes duets with stars like Tina Turner, Joe Cocker, John Farnham and Jimmy's five children.
Sorry, but accusations of musical nepotism just won't fly in this instance, Barnes is the father of David Campbell who recently wowed audiences during the Australian tour of "Sunset Boulevard" and the Australian TV program "Dancing with the Stars."
Performing on a special stage constructed on the Hard Rock Hotel's Sand Island, the Bali concert is being used to mark Air Paradise's launch of "Hot deals to Paradise" - specially priced fare and accommodation packages to Bali from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth which must be booked through travel agents before November 25, 2005.
Exclusive to Air Paradise Passengers
Tickets to the Jimmy Barnes Bali concert are on sale in Australia exclusively to Air Paradise International passengers and at a special price of only AUD$23. Any passenger traveling with the airline can purchase tickets to the concert by calling in Australia toll free 13 66 66.
Beware: The concert, like the Airline, is expected to sell out.
Tickets in Bali
A very limited number of advance sale Bali tickets will be available from the Hard Rock Hotel for the November 19, 2005 concert on a first-come-first-served basis for Rp.150,000 (approximately US$14.65), including a first drink charge.
Bali ticket enquiries via the e-mail link provided.
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