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An Intimate Concert with Jenny Morris

The sensational Jenny Morris to perform an intimate dinner show at The Brewery!

The Brewery is pleased to announce Jenny Morris, one of Australia’s finest female talents will take to the stage on Thursday August 19 to perform in intimate dinner mode with an all star band including former Newcastle drummer and percussionist Nic Cecire with Joseph Calderazzo on guitar, Andrew Worboys on keys and bass player James Haselwood.

The dining room upstairs at The Brewery will be dressed with candles and linen table cloths for this exclusive dinner show. Full table service will be provided on the night with drinks available for purchase at the bar. Patrons will be treated to a delightful three course meal, with alternate drops.

The Brewery will also provide vegetarian and celiac meals if required but this must be specified in advance of the event on booking. Tickets cost $85.00 per head and are available as pre-sale only from the venue (Tel: 49 29 6333 for further information). Doors will open at 6.00pm and patrons must be seated and ready for entrees which will be served at 7.00pm.

Jenny MorrisJenny Morris has had an amazing and influential career. Her initial success came with New Zealand band The Crocodiles, who had a top 20 hit single with ‘Tears’. Morris began her solo career with the single, ‘Puberty Blues’ in December 1981, it was the title track from the box office smash hit movie of the same name. She was an in demand session singer through the early 80′s working with high profile Australian and New Zealand bands including The Models, INXS, D.D. Smash and The Dropbears.

In late 1983 she formed chart topping band QED with Rex Goh (Air Supply) and Ian Belton (Dave Dobbyn and Reneé Geyer) remembered for their only album ‘Animal Magic’ with a hit single in ‘Everywhere I Go’, QED was short lived and disbanded in 1983. Jenny Morris then provided backing vocals for INXS on their iconic album ‘The Swing’ and also recorded a duet with a cover of Lee Hazelwood’s and Nancy Sinatra’s hit ‘Jackson’ with lead singer, Michael Hutchence and joined the band on their massive 1985-1986 ‘Listen Like Thieves’ world tour.

The New Zealand born Australian pop and rock singer went on to gain national attention in the late 1980′s and early ninety’s, with a string of platinum albums including ‘Body and Soul’, ‘Shiver’ and ‘Honeychild’ which spawned hit singles such as ‘She Has to Be Loved’ and ‘Break in the Weather’. Throughout her career she has sold in excess of 500 000 records and is the recipient of back-to-back ARIA awards for ‘Best Female Artist’. Jenny has toured the world with artists such and Sir Paul McCartney, Prince and INXS and played the most prestigious stages including Wembley Stadium (London UK) and Le Bercy Stadium (Paris, France).

Jenny is also an active board member of the Australia Performing Rights Association (ARPA) and in January this year she received an Order of Australia with a citation ‘for service to the arts, particularly music, and to the community through charitable organizations.

Music fans will find this intimate dinner show at The Brewery a rewarding experience. Tickets for the intimate dinner show with Jenny Morris on Thursday August 19th cost $85.00 per head and are available as pre-sale only from the venue (for booking and enquiries please call The Brewery on Tel: 49 29 6333 for further information). Please note dinner shows at The Brewery have proven to be very popular so we suggest you get in quickly as there is a limited capacity for this show.

  • Who: An Intimate Concert with Jenny Morris
  • Where: Queens Wharf Brewery
  • When: August 19, 2010
  • Tickets: $85 – For bookings call 49 29 6333

For more information about Jenny Morris visit her website at

Posted on July 22nd, 2010 in Events

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