Divinyls

Thu Mar 21 2019

8:00 PM

Eatons Hill Hotel

646 S Pine Rd Eatons Hill, QLD 4037

$89.61

Ages 18+

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Long is the time since billboards across the country have lit up with the name Divinyls. A brand synonymous with raw, exciting, and above all uncompromising rock ‘n’ roll. A band that won the heart of a nation and then eventually the world. That time has come again as founding member, guitarist and co-songwriter Mark McEntee returns in 2019 with a talented new line-up hitting the road in March to honour the legacy and celebrate the indelible music created with the late, great Chrissy Amphlett.

 

Led by the commanding vocal stylings of Amphlett and the whipsmart guitar vocabulary of McEntee, the Divinyls were a massive international success in the ‘80s-‘90s.

 

Managed early on by Bon Scott’s friend and collaborator, Vince Lovegrove, the Divinyls signed to the biggest-ever publishing deal with EMI America as the duo co-wrote hits such as Boys In Town, Only Lonely, Sleeping Beauty and the international hit, I Touch Myself, which charted at #2 on the US charts in 1991.

 

By this time the Divinyls were sharing management with Madonna and Michael Jackson. It was a deal that had stemmed from early and hard-earned American success, opening 1983’s iconic US Festival to over 150,000 people, being the focus of a double-page spread in the New York Times and touring with the heady likes of Aerosmith, The Ramones and The Cult.

 

While I Touch Myself was banned in certain parts of the world (including radio stations at home in Australia) it caused a stir with audiences as bras were raised at shows in salute and a new openness evolved in pop culture. The empowerment inspired by Amphlett was unstoppable and though she tragically passed away in 2013, she remains a feminine icon for then and now.

 

Throughout the band’s history, Mark McEntee impressed as a world-class songwriter and guitarist, and a highly-acclaimed musical arranger in the studio. He co-wrote I Touch Myself with Billy Steinberg (Like A Virgin, True Colors, Eternal Flame), had his song, Science Fiction, included in APRA’s ‘75th Anniversary Best 30 Australian Songs Of All Time’ and penned The Pretenders 1999 hit, Human On The Inside, for Chrissie Hynde. The Divinyls are inductees in the ARIA and Victorian Music halls of fame as proof that the songs will live on forever. 

 

Feeling an organic need as a musician to perform the songs he co-wrote once again, McEntee will lead a major Divinyls tour in 2019. Joining him will be firebrand Baltimore-bred, LA-based singer/songwriter, Lauren Ruth Ward, original Blondie guitarist and Divinyls (1987-88) alumni, Frank Infante, and a cracking new Australian rhythm section to bring those hit tunes – from the heart and source - back to stages all over the world.

 

It’s time. And it’s also, as McEntee says, a Divinyls Mission.

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Divinyls

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    Divinyls

    Alternative Rock

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This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

No gang paraphernalia allowed.
No Alcohol, cans and bottles of any kind..
No Knives, Weapons, Laser Pointers, Aerosol Cans, Texta type felt pens, scissors, chewing gum.
Chains, large spiked wrist or neck bands, spiked or studded belts.
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No photography: The use of professional or large cameras (Including those with SLR capabilities and cameras with detachable lenses), audio and video equipment by patrons is at the discretion of the Artist and is prohibited at the vast majority of events. In some cases the artist may choose to allow small personal cameras such as mobile phones or small palm-sized cameras. There is to be no flash photography at any time.

Principal Entertainment and Wheels & Dollbaby

Divinyls

Thu Mar 21 2019 8:00 PM

Eatons Hill Hotel Eatons Hill
Divinyls

$89.61 Ages 18+

Long is the time since billboards across the country have lit up with the name Divinyls. A brand synonymous with raw, exciting, and above all uncompromising rock ‘n’ roll. A band that won the heart of a nation and then eventually the world. That time has come again as founding member, guitarist and co-songwriter Mark McEntee returns in 2019 with a talented new line-up hitting the road in March to honour the legacy and celebrate the indelible music created with the late, great Chrissy Amphlett.

 

Led by the commanding vocal stylings of Amphlett and the whipsmart guitar vocabulary of McEntee, the Divinyls were a massive international success in the ‘80s-‘90s.

 

Managed early on by Bon Scott’s friend and collaborator, Vince Lovegrove, the Divinyls signed to the biggest-ever publishing deal with EMI America as the duo co-wrote hits such as Boys In Town, Only Lonely, Sleeping Beauty and the international hit, I Touch Myself, which charted at #2 on the US charts in 1991.

 

By this time the Divinyls were sharing management with Madonna and Michael Jackson. It was a deal that had stemmed from early and hard-earned American success, opening 1983’s iconic US Festival to over 150,000 people, being the focus of a double-page spread in the New York Times and touring with the heady likes of Aerosmith, The Ramones and The Cult.

 

While I Touch Myself was banned in certain parts of the world (including radio stations at home in Australia) it caused a stir with audiences as bras were raised at shows in salute and a new openness evolved in pop culture. The empowerment inspired by Amphlett was unstoppable and though she tragically passed away in 2013, she remains a feminine icon for then and now.

 

Throughout the band’s history, Mark McEntee impressed as a world-class songwriter and guitarist, and a highly-acclaimed musical arranger in the studio. He co-wrote I Touch Myself with Billy Steinberg (Like A Virgin, True Colors, Eternal Flame), had his song, Science Fiction, included in APRA’s ‘75th Anniversary Best 30 Australian Songs Of All Time’ and penned The Pretenders 1999 hit, Human On The Inside, for Chrissie Hynde. The Divinyls are inductees in the ARIA and Victorian Music halls of fame as proof that the songs will live on forever. 

 

Feeling an organic need as a musician to perform the songs he co-wrote once again, McEntee will lead a major Divinyls tour in 2019. Joining him will be firebrand Baltimore-bred, LA-based singer/songwriter, Lauren Ruth Ward, original Blondie guitarist and Divinyls (1987-88) alumni, Frank Infante, and a cracking new Australian rhythm section to bring those hit tunes – from the heart and source - back to stages all over the world.

 

It’s time. And it’s also, as McEntee says, a Divinyls Mission.

Divinyls

Divinyls

Alternative Rock

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Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

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Ages 18+
limit 10 per person
GA Standing Main Floor (18+)
$89.61

Delivery Method

eTickets

Fees & Charges

Handling Fee
From $0.00 or more A Handling Fee per transaction applies.

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

No gang paraphernalia allowed.
No Alcohol, cans and bottles of any kind..
No Knives, Weapons, Laser Pointers, Aerosol Cans, Texta type felt pens, scissors, chewing gum.
Chains, large spiked wrist or neck bands, spiked or studded belts.
Illegal Substances.
Please contact the venue for any further clarification.

No photography: The use of professional or large cameras (Including those with SLR capabilities and cameras with detachable lenses), audio and video equipment by patrons is at the discretion of the Artist and is prohibited at the vast majority of events. In some cases the artist may choose to allow small personal cameras such as mobile phones or small palm-sized cameras. There is to be no flash photography at any time.