ON TOUR: James Reyne is set to join three other legends of music at Twin Towns.
ON TOUR: James Reyne is set to join three other legends of music at Twin Towns. Contributed

There’s more Reyne on way

FOUR legends and four decades of hits will equal one unforgettable experience at Twin Towns Services Club.

The Apia Times of My Life tour will star Australian music legends Daryl Braithwaite, Joe Camilleri, James Reyne and Ross Wilson.

Reyne spoke about how he felt about the tour.

"I really like that part of the world near the coast," he said.

"It's going to be great up there. Twin Towns is always fun."

Reyne is best known as a singer-songwriter and front man of Australian Crawl.

He sold more than one million albums with his latest, 13, released last year.

When it came to touring with the three other Aussie legends Reyne said it was a "no brainer".

"We've all performed together before and it's always worked out well," he said.

"Between us we've got quite a good catalogue of stuff."

He's been performing on stage for the past 30 years and Reyne said he still loved it.

"It's great that I am still able to do this," he said. "I'm very lucky that I still get to make records."

Things are a bit different on tour these days, instead of drinking the night away after a gig, Reyne prefers to head back to his hotel room.

"I'm less tired and have much more energy and I'm probably a much nicer person to be around," he said.

The show promises to be a good night with hits like The Horses, One Summer, Taxi Mary, Chained to the Wheel and Bed Of Nails being performed by the foursome.

The lads perform at the club on May 16.

Tickets are $52 and can be bought by phoning 1800 014 014.



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