The Black Sorrows are:
Joe Camilleri ( vocals and sax)
Claude Carranza (guitar)
James Black (keys)
Mark Gray (bass)
Tony Floyd (drums)
The Live Stream will feature a selection of classic Sorrows hits and favourites with perhaps a taste of a few new things to come.
“Remember music is a healer” says the man who was playing 160 shows a year, from his home base in country Victoria to the music halls of Europe, until COVID-19 came on the scene.
A personal note from Joe:
“Hello Everybody, Joe Camilleri here. The band and I have been invited to play MEMO Music Hall on 26 April. It’s a wonderful place to play. Every musician on the planet stopped working in March. So I hope you’re able to sit back, forget about the craziness that’s upon us and tune into something else. Spend an hour with us while we all wait for the world to change again. Stay healthy, Pal Joey.”
Given the size of MEMO Music Hall, which is 750metres square, musicians are be able to perform the required 2m apart, which meets current Government indoor workplace social distancing guidelines.
A note from the MEMO:
We are getting a lot of enquires about our Live Streaming and we want to look after our MEMO faithful so book sooner than later to help us avoid (on the night) a ‘myGov’ situation with our website!
To keep updated about all plans for future Live Streaming concerts LIVE STREAMING @ MEMO go to MEMO’s Facebook Page in the short-term and website for updates.