New Date for Bobby Keys & the Suffering Bastards

Friday 21 March 2014

New Date for Bobby Keys & the Suffering Bastards
Due to the postponement of The Rolling Stones' Australasian tour, their legendary saxophonist Bobby Keys has moved his solo concert date forward. 

Keys' Powerstation concert with his band the Suffering Bastards was scheduled for Friday April 4th, and will now be held on Saturday March 29th. Bobby Keys and the Suffering Bastards will perform songs from throughout Keys' long and distinguished career.

Keys has performed and recorded with the Rolling Stones since 1970, and has also worked with John Lennon, George Harrison, The Dions, Chuck Berry and Barbara Streisand, among others.  

All tickets are still valid for the new date. 

PRESS RELEASE: 

Due to the postponement of The Rolling Stones current Australasian dates - Sax-man Bobby Keys & his band The Suffering Bastards show scheduled for Friday 4th April 2014 at the Powerstation, has now moved to Saturday 29th March 2014 at the same venue.

Tickets purchased for the original show are valid for the new date of Saturday 29th March. 

Bobby has of course performed and recorded with the Rolling Stones since 1970. Thats his sax you can hear on Dions' The Wanderer, as well as John Lennon's What Ever Gets You Through The Night, and in his long career credits include working with the likes of Chuck Berry, The Faces, Dr John, Barbara Streisand, Harry Nilsson, and George Harrison.