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Lee Kernaghan

Outback To The Beaches

7 pm Friday 04 August 2006

George Brown Botanic Gardens Amphitheatre

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Hang on to your hats! Lee Kernaghan, the ultimate in country music is heading to Darwin for the massive Outback to the Beaches concert at the George Brown Botanic Gardens Amphitheatre on Friday 4th August.

Lee is the Hit Maker of the Decade with a phenomenal chart record of 21 #1’s, 20 Top 10’s and 7 hit albums, 20 Golden Guitars, 3 ARIAS and Australian and American International Country Entertainer of the Year Awards under his belt.

He shares his passion for the bush through his music and his new album The New Bush debuted at #1 on the ARIA Country and International Country Album Charts, mainstreamed at #6 and certified Gold within 3 weeks of release.

Lee is a powerful presence on stage and has a strong connection to a country crowd. He says:

"For me it all comes down to the live show. It's not uncommon for people to travel huge distances to get to the show and I want to make sure they have a fantastic time when they get there.... In a lot of ways these concerts are like huge parties....and for many they are a social event as well...I'm really excited about these new songs and combined with the old hits I reckon the band and I are in for some pretty amazing gigs."

Lee’s special guests under the stars at the best outdoor venue in Australia are multi Golden Guitarist Tania Kernaghan, The McClymonts (sister band with this year’s New Talent Golden Guitarist Samantha) and whip cracker Mick Denigan.

Chairs / rugs, water and cameras permitted entry. Food stalls and bars onsite. Under 18’s must be accompanied by a responsible adult and at no times may they enter the bar service areas. Entry will not be permitted for beach umbrellas, animals, glass, alcohol and hot food.



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