James Reyne Headlines Red Hot Summer's New Sunday Arvo Streaming Sessions

James Reyne will perform in acoustic duo format at the inaugural Red Hot Sundays live streaming session. James Reyne will perform in acoustic duo format at the inaugural Red Hot Sundays live streaming session.

James Reyne will be the first cab off the rank when the inaugural Red Hot Sundays live streaming sessions kicks off next weekend.

The initiative of Red Hot Summer Tour, the 'Reckless' and 'House Of Cards' musician will appear in acoustic duo format on Sunday 31 May.

Designed to start cash flowing through the broader music community, each episode will engage the services of artists and venues, alongside production teams, sound engineers, managers etc.

While it is a free event, able to be streamed via Red Hot Summer Tour's Facebook page, punters are encouraged (if finances allow) to purchase a virtual ticket that range from $10 to $100 – there are also special edition t-shirt available to buy. This patronage will help to ensure the ongoing success of these sessions, with 100 per cent of profits split between artist and venue.

James will donate his profits from Red Hot Sundays to Road4Roadies and Support Act. "I'm excited to support this initiative," James says.

"The invitation to play live and give our industry an opportunity to get back to work was really appealing to me. I'm hoping that music lovers across Australia will get behind it and show their support via a virtual ticket.

"I can't wait to play live and showcase tracks from my new album alongside some old favourites."

James recently released his new single 'Toon Town Lullaby', lifted from his forthcoming 12th studio album of the same name.


James Reyne's Red Hot Sundays live streaming session takes place 31 May. For more information about virtual tickets visit Ticketmaster and Oztix.

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