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Super band for Hamo Race Week

By Mark Beale

ORGANISERS of the 2015 Hamilton Island Race Week have already excelled when it comes to the party scene, by engaging an amazing ‘Superband’ to entertain competitors, their families and friends on the opening night, of Saturday, August 15.

This impressive gathering of musical talent will comprise Angry Anderson of Rose Tattoo, Sarah McLeod (Superjesus), Simon Meli (The Voice), Mark Gable (The Choirboys), and Guy Delandro (Glitter-Us).

This talented group will be backed by a five-piece band made up of musicians from the Baby Animals, The Whitlams, Jimmy Barnes’ band and INXS.

The Superband will salute the start of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week in a spectacular fashion by bringing the night alive on the open-air stage next to the Hamilton Island Yacht Club.

“Audi Hamilton Island Race Week gets bigger and better every year and this year we are going to launch it like no other in the event’s 32-year history,” said Hamilton Island’s CEO and Olympic and World Champion yachtsman, Glenn Bourke.

“This Superband on the opening night will set the scene for what promises to be the most memorable and fun Race Week ever.”

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