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Former Seeker coming back to Proserpine

By Mark Beale

IF YOU’RE into soothing, soulful singing, then Morning Melodies at the Proserpine Entertainment Centre might be just the ticket.

Returning to the Proserpine after a sensational performance two years ago, Keith Potger, formally of The Seekers, is back in town for one show only.

Proserpine Entertainment Centre manager Chris Patrick said Keith’s last gig had been a good one.

“It was a very successful concert and many people came along to see him,” he said.

“They love his music and his singing, and he’s a lovely gentleman.”

This time around Keith will be taking audiences on a trip down memory lane with some old classics both from The Seekers and the 60s, 70s and 80s pop charts.

New fans are in for a treat too, with performances from his three solo CDs.

Mr Patrick said the event was going to be a certified crowd pleaser.

“At $12 a ticket, which includes morning tea, it’s extremely good value,” he said.

“It’s great value, a great morning out and a great performer.”

The event will have more than just music however, with Keith keeping people laughing with his amusing anacdotes from more than 40 years in the international music area.

Mr Patrick said everyone at the entertainment centre was “excited about it”, and eagerly awaiting the day.

Morning Melodies

Where: Proserpine Entertainment Centre

When: Thursday February 26 at 11am, 10am morning tea.

Tickets: $12

Enquires: 4945 2312

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