Remember The Days Of Cat Stevens ft Darren Coggan
Remember The Days Of Cat Stevens ft Darren Coggan
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Remember The Days Of Cat Stevens ft Darren Coggan

Brass Monkey (Cronulla, NSW)
Friday, 20 September 2019 7:00 PM
3 days away
18 Plus
Adult
Music

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General Admission - STANDING ROOM ONLY
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Remember the days of Cat Stevens? The name brings back a thousand memories - dark eyes, a winning voice and songs the whole world sang along to; Moonshadow, Wild World, Peace Train, Where Do the Children Play, Father & Son, Morning Has Broken, they have become bookmarks in our lives, deeply personal, as if they were written especially for us.

Re-live the voice of a generation, in a celebration of one of the most inspiring and prolific singer songwriters of our time, sung with remarkable authenticity by one of Australia’s most exciting artists, Darren Coggan.

Star of the critically acclaimed production, Peace Train The Cat Stevens Story, Darren Coggan, has spent the past ten years inspiring audiences with this critically acclaimed portrait, in the most prestigious theatres across Australia, including The Sydney Opera House Concert Hall and most recently playing to standing ovations in concert halls throughout the United Kingdom.

Get on board the Peace Train and ‘Remember The Days of Cat Stevens’ as Darren Coggan traces the path of a man who never stopped wondering about how to make the world a better place.


“Coggan sounds amazingly like Stevens.”- The Daily Telegraph

“Coggan has found a quality of voice which is so close to the original that you would think it is Cat Stevens himself.” - Canberra Times