Ross Wilson presents “Living In The Land of Oz” starring Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Mick Thomas' Roving Commission Outdoor Carpark Show
Ross Wilson presents “Living In The Land of Oz” starring Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Mick Thomas' Roving Commission Outdoor Carpark Show
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Ross Wilson presents “Living In The Land of Oz” starring Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Mick Thomas' Roving Commission Outdoor Carpark Show

with Jessie Lloyd’s Mission Songs Project
Melbourne Pavilion (Kensington, VIC)
Tuesday, 26 January 2021 2:00 PM
4 days away
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Ross Wilson presents “Living In The Land of Oz” starring Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Mick Thomas' Roving Commission Outdoor Carpark Show at Melbourne Pavilion (Kensington, VIC) on Tuesday, 26 January 2021
Ross Wilson presents Living in the Land of Oz, featuring Ross Wilson & The Peaceniks, Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission and Jessie Lloyd's Mission Song Project,
January 26 2021 at Melbourne Pavilion Live Outdoor.
 
This very special event takes its name from Ross Wilson's groundbreaking 1976 first solo single, the first white rock record to address Indigenous issues. It is also Wilson's first show in a year that marks the 50th anniversary of the record-smashing first Daddy Cool album and his signature tune Eagle Rock
 
Living in the Land of Oz is a significant song in Wilson's repertoire. Written and first recorded in 1976 it was his first solo single, it was not only first white rock record to address Indigenous issues, but also the theme song to the 1976 feature film Oz (a.k.a. Oz – A Rock 'n' Roll Road Movie)  by Wilson's old mate Chris Löfvén.
 
For his first gig of the year - the year that marks the 50th anniversary of Eagle Rock and the record-breaking first Daddy Cool album - Ross Wilson and his band the Peaceniks have chosen to highlight the sentiments of Living in the Land of Oz with this special show. The song will of course be part of Ross' set, alongside classic material from Daddy Cool, Mondo Rock and his solo work.

Melbourne Pavilion Live is a new offering to the Melbourne Music Community catering for shows from 200 to 1500 people  Melbourne Pavilion fits perfectly into the Melbourne Music Scene go to Melbournepavilion.com.au/live for more information.