Featuring Tyrone Noonan

A celebration of Marvin Gaye’s music that will leave you flyin’ high.

ARIA Award-winning artist Tyrone Noonan, former co-lead singer of No.1 chart-topping Brisbane band, george, pays homage to the enduring legacy of American singer/songwriter Marvin Gaye.

Performing all the songs from Marvin’s musical masterpiece, What’s Going On, along with select choices from throughout his hugely successful career, Tyrone brings his jazz/Latin/soul band, Palimpsest, along for this smooth ride.

Joining Noonan on stage to bring this album to life will be some of Queensland’s finest musicians: Brendan St Ledger on keyboards, James Mcintyre on guitars, Joshua Hatcher on saxophones, flutes and glockenspiel, Pat Farrell on bass, Aaron Jansz on drums and Cindia Reine on percussion.

What's Going On still holds the coveted Number 1 spot in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Many musicologists argue it is the most realised "concept" album ever produced and the single greatest collection of popular music ever recorded.

Just in time for this iconic album’s 50th anniversary, this performance is a celebration of Marvin’s music not to be missed.

"Queensland music royalty."
— The Courier Mail

Event and ticketing details

Date and time

Saturday 9 October - 8pm

Duration:     1hr 15mins, no interval (subject to change)

Tickets

Adult: $34.00
Seniors/Pensioners: $30.00
Student: $28.00
Group (10+): $25.00

Ticket status

On Sale

Location

RPAC Concert Hall

2 -16 Middle Street, Cleveland, QLD 4163

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Accessibility

Wheelchair Access
Assistive listening Induction Loop Hearing Assistance

If you require mobility assistance please contact Redland Performing Arts Centre on 3829 8131 so that we can accommodate your needs. Further information can also be found on the 'Access and Facilities' page.

Event notes

Suitability:

Parental guidance recommended to determine suitability for your child

Booking fees:

$5 by phone and $6 online per transaction

Box Office hours:

Monday – Friday 9am to 4pm, and 1 hour prior to performances

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