In an exciting double bill, The Badloves and Taxiride are hitting the road together for a string of co-headline dates along the east coast, across to the Adelaide and down to Tassie. Both known for their double platinum albums and top 40 singles of the 90s, they’ll be performing all their hits.
With their debut album, ‘Get On Board’, exploding in 1993, spending a massive 69 weeks in the charts, peaking at #5 and going double platinum, The Badloves delivered a bevy of popular hits, including “Lost”, “Memphis”, “I Remember”, “The Weight (w/ Jimmy Barnes)” and “Green Limousine”. Add to that, the success of their second album in 1995, ‘Holy Roadside’, which brought the world “Slave”, “Barefoot Bride”, “Living Thing” and “Caroline”, fans can expect to hear their memorable favourites.
The Badloves feature their original frontman Michael Spiby on guitar and lead vocals, Tony Featherstone on Hammond, the return of the original bassist, Stephen ‘Irish’ O’Prey, and Jeff Consi on drums.
1999 saw the stunning arrival of Taxiride, four young Melbourne musicians who were to dominate Australian radio for the next 5 years. Entering the charts at Number 1, their critically acclaimed multi-platinum debut album ‘Imaginate’ featured four top 20 singles; “Get Set”, “Everywhere You Go”, “Can You Feel” & “Nothing In This World”. That and a rigorous touring schedule had them perched at the top of the Australian music tree culminating in the release of their smash hit “Creepin’ Up Slowly”; the Number 1 Australian Airplay song for 2002 from their sophomore album ‘Garage Mahal’, also featuring the hit singles “How I Got This Way” and “Afterglow”.
With the original lineup of Jason Singh, Tim Watson, Tim Wild and Dan Hall joining forces once again, Taxiride are well and truly back.
Don’t miss The Badloves and Taxiride at a venue near you! Tickets on sale now.