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INXS & Train are currently wrapping up their A Day On The Green summer concert tour of Australia which has become the most successful run of this concert series so far.
Original INXS members Kirk Pengilly, Garry Beers and brothers Tim, Jon & Andrew Farriss are currently promoting their latest offering, Original Sin, which features their own songs completely reworked and sung by a host of different international singers, including RockStar: INXS winner, J.D. Fortune, Train’s Pat Monahan and Rob Thomas of Matchbox Twenty.
INXS back with singer J.D. Fortune and Train are at the end of a 2 week concert run across Australia with Pat Monahan joining INXS on stage during their song, Beautiful Girl. The band with guest Pat Monahan recently stopped by the Sunrise Entertainment morning show in Australia to perform a moving rendition of Beautiful Girl live on TV.
INXS have a handful of international tour dates on their roster. Let’s hope we see more dates from this great live band as the northern hemisphere moves forward into their summer concert series.
- February 12 2011, All Saints Estate, Rutherglen, VIC, Australia
- February 16 2011, Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- February 18 2011, Movistar Arena, Santiago de Chile, Chile
- February 20 2011, Iquique Summer Festival, Tierra de Campeones, Iquique, Chile
- March 02 2011, Sound Academy, Toronto, ON, Canada
- March 12 2011, Enlighten Festival, Commonwealth Place, Canberra, Australia
Train also have a long list of international tour dates ahead of them including stops in New Zealand, Mexico, Dubai, dates throughout South America and the USA. Full tour informati0n can be found on Train’s website.
INXS and Train have all signed a Fender electric guitar which is currently up for auction on eBay. It comes with a road case and a photograph of all the artists with the guitar to aid victims of the Australian floods. The auction runs through February 17th and can be viewed on eBay with full information also available on the INXS site.
by Cindy Robinson
“She looked beautiful, and I was happy to have been there for her,” Hutchence’s brother posted online yesterday morning. “Thank you for all your kind words and wishes. Sincerely, Rhett Hutchence.”
The Hutchence family has long been in turmoil since Michael Hutchence died in November of 1997 with ongoing court battles over his estate, and his only child, daughter Tiger Lily who now resides with Bob Geldof.
Mrs Glassop’s death comes as a another legal battle looms over the rights to the image and songs of Michael Hutchence – a legal battle that names the five surviving INXS band members against a trust company called Chardonnay Investments.
The company has not revealed who is behind the trust but reports suggest that Tiger Lily is the beneficiary.
Chardonnay is suing the band members, their manager, a US lawyer as well as a number of INXS-related companies.