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I had a chance to go see Colin Hay at the Belcourt Theater on September 25th. This was a great show.
The music in his solo show was very good, along with him being a very funny guy. He talked and sung songs about growing up in Scotland, before
his parents eventually moved to Australia. One of his funniest stories was about playing in Ringo Starr's All-Starr Band. He spoke of playing on
stage with Ringo and thinking that's f______ Ringo Starr from The Beatles. He said Ringo would look back at him with a look like I'm f______
Ringo from The Beatles.
Actually I had front row seats and saw Colin Hay with Ringo last year at Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon.
Colin Hay's set included many new songs. He did mentioned that at least one them was recorded here in Nashville, just up the street from the
Belcourt. Hay was the singer and guitarist for the 1980's band Men At Work. He finished his set with some of the old Men At Work hits including
Who Can It Be Now, Land Down Under and others.
Nashville singer/songwriter Joe Marlow from The Tips opened the show. He played many original songs, ending with a My Girl. Check out Colin
Hay's Nashville videos (below) & new CD "American Sunshine from Compass Records.
Click on pictures to enlarge. Thanks to photographers David Hofer Sr & David Hofer Jr for supplying pictures. Pat Adams
|Videos from the Nashville Concert
|Colin Hay performing "Oh California" from his 2009 release
|Colin Hay performing "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over
You". Live at the Belcourt in Nashville TN on Sept. 25, 2009
|Colin Hay talks about Ringo at the Belcourt in Nashville TN
on September 25, 2009
|Colin Hay plays " I Came In To Your Store" at the Belcourt in
Nashville TN on September 25, 2009. This song was originally
recorded in Nashville, just up the street from the Belcourt.
|Colin Hay talks about Sting at the Belcourt Theater
in Nashville TN on September 25, 2009
|Colin Hay performing "There's Water Over You" from his
2009 release "American Sunshine" on Compass Records.
Performing live at The Belcourt, on September 25, 2009