With Russell Morris
It’s impossible to not be in love with 10cc. Formed in 1970 by some of Manchester’s most-loved musical sons, the art-pop legends turned British radio on its head with their clever and catchy chart-toppers. But it was in 1975 that the rest of the world pricked up its ears and finally took notice. Over a never-ending chorus of layered vocals came ‘I’m Not in Love’, a ground-breaking and adored number one. Still loved by audiences of all ages, 10cc add Zoo Twilights to their 2020 tour schedule, sharing fan favourites like ‘Dreadlock Holiday’ and ‘The Things We Do For Love’, combining joyous nostalgia with superb showmanship, and inviting you to sing along to the most recognisable whisper in music history: “Be quiet, big boys don’t cry.”
“a luminous cloud of sound that still sounds like nothing in pop music.” – Pitchfork
One of Australia’s most enduring performers, Russell Morris brings his inventive new music and beloved back catalogue to Twilights in 2020. It’s been 50 years since he released the psych-rock classic ‘The Real Thing’, propelling him on a remarkable career that’s seen him release be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and release 14 records – including the new Black and Blue Heart – collecting plenty of platinum plaques and ARIAs along the way.
Max Crawdaddy will also be playing a DJ Set from 5.30pm when gates open until Russell Morris takes the stage.
All proceeds help Zoos Victoria save the critically endangered Mountain Pygmy-possum from extinction.
Please be advised that this concert may include adult language.