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Sounds LIVE on Stage with Donnie Sutherland
Australian Television Legend Donnie Sutherland (OAM) is headlining a list of music icons at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney,Sunday 2nd December 2012 at 3.00pm.
"Sounds", the popular Australian television series featuring pop and rock music broadcast on Saturday mornings on the Seven Network from the mid 1970's to the late 1980's, is coming to life on stage to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer research.
Following a sellout crowd at the Palms at Crown in Melbourne, Sounds Live on Stage with Donnie Sutherland is coming to Sydney. The lineup includes Jon English, Normie Rowe, John St. Peeters, John Swan, Marty Rhone, Daryl Braithwaite, Ray Burgess, Tommy Moeller, John Deeks, Debbie Newsome, Michael Yule, Vicky O;Keefe and Teresa Vee.
All of these amazing artists will take to the stage to help raise awareness and funds for RoCan Ovarian Cancer Research.
Tickets are available from Ticketek by visiting www.ticketek.com.au or phoning 02 9519 9237.
Click to view message from OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN http://youtu.be/gWtTV-ABg20
Click to view message from JENNIFER KEYTE http://youtu.be/mAd2YGWOMsM
"My heartfelt thanks goes to this generous talented man John St. Peeters and his Team. Our idea is to take this message to the World which will firstly raise awareness and much needed funds for the screening test women so desperately need." YVONNE MOON, OAM
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