The Mad World Blues Band’s tribute show “The Cocker Experience” presents a combination of the wonderful rock and soul songs of Joe Cocker. The show covers classic Joe Cocker songs from the eras of Woodstock and “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” through to the well-known and more contemporary work from the 80’s and 90’s including songs like “With a Little Help from My Friends”, “Feelin’ Alright”, “Delta Lady”, “Hitchcock Railway” and “The Letter”.
The band is blessed with the unique voice and talents of lead singer Bruce Bird who reproduces the style of Joe Cocker in a near perfect manner. Bruce, together with singers Gillian Kristensen and Kelly Keim provide a thrilling soul sound. Brisbane based, Mad World Band is a seven piece band which is unique enough in itself but add their expertise in blues, soul, funk, classic rock and RNB and it becomes an entertainment experience not to miss.
With each member of the band bringing a wealth of skill and experience, the overall result is a tight sound full of soul and attitude that is certain to get any audience tapping their feet and headed for the dance floor. Their energetic visual show just adds the icing to the cake making their performance one that stays in your mind long after you’ve put your dancing shoes back in the wardrobe.
Catch the Cocker Experience at 8pm on Friday 7th November in the Diggers Bar at Tewantin-Noosa RSL. Tickets are free for members and $10 for non-members and can be purchased from reception or dial’n’charge on 5447 1766.
Experience Best of Joe Cocker
Tewntin-Noosa RSL, Memorial Avenue, Tewantin
Friday 7th of November 2014
Tickets are free for members, and $10 for non-members
Tickets can be purchased from reception or dial'n'charge on 07 5447 1766
Tewantin - Noosa RSL & Citizens Memorial Club Inc, Tewantin
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