A Night Of Feeling Groovy On The Peace Train – Tribute To Cat Stevens, Simon & Garfunkel

A Night Of Feeling Groovy On The Peace Train travels to Brisbane late July. A Night Of Feeling Groovy On The Peace Train travels to Brisbane late July.

Starring Colin Lillie ('The Voice') as Cat Stevens as well as Harry Baulderstone and Marcus Ryan as Simon & Garfunkel, come and enjoy a night you will never forget at A Night Of Feeling Groovy On The Peace Train.

There hasn't been a tribute show quite like this one with Simon & Garfunkel and Cat Stevens, both on the same night.

More than three hours of entertainment, this is a night that will take you back to the music that changed an era with the amazing voice of Colin Lillie, literally bringing Cat Stevens to life.

Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, Cat Stevens' 1967 debut album and its title song 'Matthew And Son' both reached the top ten in the UK charts.

Stevens' albums 'Tea For The Tillerman' (1970) and 'Teaser And The Firecat' (1971) were certified triple platinum in the US. His 1972 album 'Catch Bull At Four' spent weeks at the top of several major charts.



Then you'll be captivated by the award-winning voices and beautiful harmonies of Harry Baulderstone and Marcus Ryan with their brilliant portrayal of Simon & Garfunkel.

Consisting of singer-songwriter Paul Simon and singer Art Garfunkel, Simon & Garfunkel were one of the best-selling music groups of the 1960s.

After their debut album, 1963's 'Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.', sold poorly they disbanded before reuniting a couple of years later to release a second studio album, 'Sounds Of Silence'. On their third release, 'Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme' (1966), the duo assumed more creative control.

Their next album 'Bookends' (1968) topped the Billboard 200 chart and included the number-one single 'Mrs. Robinson' from the film 'The Graduate'.

The duo's often rocky relationship led to artistic disagreements and their break-up in 1970. Simon & Garfunkel won ten Grammy Awards and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.



The show will have you on your feet and begging for more with classics like 'Mrs Robinson', 'The Boxer', 'Feelin Groovy', 'Sounds Of Silence', 'Father & Son', 'Wild World', 'Peace Train' and 'Where Do The Children Play'. Feel free to dress up in your grooviest threads.

A Night Of Feeling Groovy On The Peace Train takes place at The Tivoli (Brisbane) 28 July and RPAC (Brisbane) 29 July.

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