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Dreams - Fleetwood Mac & Stevie Nicks at The Moruya Waterfront Nov 10th and Murrah Hall Nov 11th

Following on from their sold out shows at The Basement ‘Dreams’ Fleetwood Mac & Stevie Nicks Tribute Show comes to the Moruya Waterfront on Friday 10th November and to The Murrah Hall on Saturday November 11th.

The Masterpiece music house has put together a band like few others - with two female leads Annette and Gabriella along with Wayne on guitar taking turns singing songs off the much loved album TANGO IN THE NIGHT plus many other hits from other popular Fleetwood Mac & Stevie Nicks record.

Featuring a talented group of musicians dedicated to the task of bringing this era, this sound to the stage for all to enjoy. Annette Zavesa, as the mysterious Stevie Nicks, Gabriela Von Castello is perfect as Christine Mcvie, Wayne Daniels portrays the artistic Song & Guitar man – Lindsay Buckingham, Steve Broughton as the Bassist – John McVie, Pete Rundle on the keys and the powerful drum sound of Mick Fleetwood, – superbly delivered by Ralph Calefati.

And to warm things up – ‘The Classic 70’s Band’ will play an amazing opening set of dance tracks from artists such as The Doobies Bothers, Clearance Clearwater, Steve Miller Band, Supertramp, Dire Straits, Easybeats, Beatles, Thin Lizzy, Clapton, Boz Scaggs and more.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW Moruya Waterfront gig - Online $20 inclusive ($25 at the door)

Murrah Hall - Online $16.50 $20 (full) / $15 (HCC Con) at the Gate.

Kids Free at Murrah Hall - The Murrah event is B.Y.O

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