Icehouse showcases platinum quality

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IVA Davies will be in town tomorrow, Wednesday, September 3 at Southern Cross Club, with the Icehouse Platinum Concert.

Icehouse Live, photo by  Tony Mott
Icehouse Live, photo by Tony Mott

In recent interviews, Davies has attributed Icehouse’s Platinum sales status and the steady sales of the “WHITE HEAT: 30 HITS” compilation to the selective shows they’ve have performed over the past three years, reinforcing the band’s reputation as a live act.

He believes the songs are instantly recognisable to lifelong fans and to the new group of listeners who have found their way to ICEHOUSE in recent years.

George Ash, president of Universal Music Asia Pacific, says, “Iva’s music continues to fascinate audiences around the world and to see the band back playing to their new and established fans will be a dream for many. Few artists have been able to transcend the years and resonate with new audiences and Iva’s ICEHOUSE is most definitely one of those special few.”

ICEHOUSE, at Canberra Southern Cross Club Events Centre, Wednesday, September 3, bookings to 6283 7288

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