Cold Chisel guitarist Ian Moss has introduced a new 16-track dwell album, due for release on July 24.
The album, entitled ‘LIVE’, options recordings from Canberra’s The Playhouse and Sydney’s Enmore Theatre from 2018. The album options Cold Chisel classics together with ‘Bow River and My Baby’, ‘Tucker’s Daughter’ and ‘Telephone Booth’, in addition to ‘Broadway’, ‘My Suffering’ and ‘Hold On (To What We Got)’, from Moss’ self-titled 2018 album.
To rejoice the announcement, Moss has shared a dwell efficiency video for ‘Never Before’, shot at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on July 14. Watch it beneath:
The digital-only album can even embrace a four-page booklet obtain.
“It was great to be back out and touring Australia with a big band full of extraordinary talent and exceptional musicians and playing to some of the best audiences I’ve ever played to,” stated Moss in a press assertion.
“The crew we had on the road with us were some of the best in the business and of course, having the new studio album, ‘Ian Moss’, full of songs, with me at the helm of the songwriting to play was fantastic.”
Moss was compelled to reschedule his Matchbook 30th Anniversary Tour earlier this yr because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The tour will resume early subsequent yr.
Ian Moss’ Matchbook 30th Anniversary Tour dates are:
Wednesday 24 – Coffs Harbour, Jetty Theatre
Friday 26 – Coffs Harbour, Jetty Theatre
Saturday 27 – Taree, Manning Entertainment Centre
Friday 5 – Wyong, The Art House
Saturday 6 – Port Macquarie, The Glasshouse
Friday 26 – Traralgon, Latrobe Performing Arts Centre
Saturday 27 – Sale, The Wedge Performing Arts Centre
Wednesday 7 – Swan Hill, Swan Hill Town Hall
Friday 9 – Mildura, Mildura Arts Centre
Friday 16-Saturday 17 – Cairns, Tanks Arts Centre
Friday 23 – Dubbo, Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre
Saturday 24 – Tamworth, Tamworth Town Hall
Saturday 1 – Wagga Wagga, Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre