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THE BABYS / BAD ENGLISH / THE SOLO HITS

MISSING YOU ISN'T IT TIME
EVERYTIME I THINK OF YOU
WHEN I SEE YOU SMILE
CHANGE BACK ON MY FEET

MISSING YOU ISN'T IT TIME EVERYTIME I THINK OF YOU
WHEN I SEE YOU SMILE CHANGE BACK ON MY FEET

 

TOur Dates

Fri 23 Mar

Twin Towns - Tweed Heads

Sat 24 Mar

Eaton Hills Hotel - Brisbane

Tue 27 Mar

Newcastle Wests - Newcastle

Thu 29 Mar

The Juniors Kingsford - Sydney

Fri 30 Mar

Revesby Workers Club - Sydney

Sat 31 Mar

Anita's Theatre - Wollongong

Sun 1 Apr

Corner Hotel - Melbourne

Tue 3 Apr

Astor Theatre - Perth

Thu 5 Apr

The GOV - Adelaide

Fri 6 Apr

Evan Theatre - Penrith

 

English singer-songwriter JOHN WAITE has announced his first Australian tour. John will be performing his catalogue of hits from his 40 year career as a solo artist, with The Baby’s and Bad English and presented in a unique electric-acoustic format with his band.

John Waite’s catalogue of hits features some of the most loved songs of the 80s and 90s – the #1 Worldwide hit ‘Missing You’, The Baby’s ‘Isn't It Time’ and Bad English's ‘When I See You Smile’ rank amongst some of his biggest international hits and are still heard on radio today.  Others include ‘Tears’, ‘Change’ and ‘These Times Are Hard For Lovers’. ‘Every Step Of The Way’ and ‘If Anybody Had A Heart’ appeared on the soundtrack to the 1986 Demi Moore film About Last Night. ‘Deal for Life’, penned by Martin Page and Bernie Taupin, was featured in the Days Of Thunder soundtrack. 

As a solo artist and as the lead singer of The Baby’s and Bad English, John Waite was a fixture of album-oriented rock radio stations during the '70s and '80s. John Waite had a talent for power ballads and driving arena rock, occasionally touching on new wave-styled power pop as well. 

His most recent recordings, The Wooden Heart-Acoustic Anthology Volume 1 and Volume 2, released in 2015 and 2017, respectively, features Waite in stripped back format – vocals and acoustic guitar only – and highlights the core essence of the songs themselves, threading newly penned original compositions, reworkings of some of Waite’s favorite material from his solo career and The Babys alongside smartly chosen covers by the likes of Bob Dylan (“Girl From The North Country”), Donovan (“Catch The Wind”) and Richard Thompson, into an authentic and soul stirring musical statement.