Reyne, Seymour to Stone the Outback

An article about Mark Seymour and James Reyne’s upcoming cross country gig.

Author: Hot Trend News.

Date: November 2010.

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James Reyne and Mark Seymour will take their stone songs – and a Yuletide tune or two – on house the annual Indian Pacific Yuletide Rural area train.

The stand in act will underline on Great Southern Rail’s (GSR) 10th anniversary of the special Yuletide train, which leaves Sydney on Dec 1 firm for Perth.

The former frontmen of Australian Crawl and Hunters & Collectors will give concerts in both cities and rural area stops along the way.

They’ll be assimilated by an additional VIP passenger, Santa Claus, who will discharge something good to eat to young kids in the crowds which will encounter the train.

GSR is earnest “something special” for the Aboriginal youngsters at the tiny siding of Watson, South Australia, not far from the old Maralinga chief exam site.

Some removed residents along the 4352km track transport hundreds of kilometres for the occasion.

GSR pronounced the Rural area Yuletide sight was about thanking the communities of all sizes for their longstanding support, and to widespread “the suggestion of Christmas” opposite Australia.

It additionally raises recognition – and supports – for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Reyne pronounced he was seeking brazen to “a indeed sparkling and singly Australian experience”, whilst Seymour welcomed “a singular event to perform in a little of the many remote tools of Australia”.

Previous entertainers on the Rural area Yuletide sight have enclosed Jimmy Barnes, David Campbell, Marcia Hines, Human Nature, Shannon Noll, Guy Sebastian, Nikki Webster, John Williamson and John Paul Young.

The open is invited to concerts in Sydney, Bathurst, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Watson, Rawlinna, Kalgoorlie and Perth.

Dates and alternative sum for the outing are accessible at