She may have rubbed a few people up the wrong way during her appearance on last year’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’, but there’s no denying the vocal talent of Ms Deni Hines.
She’s going to be re-joining songstress Monique Montez (who played the British icon in ‘Dusty – The Original Pop Diva’) on a national tour to celebrate the extraordinary Dusty Springfield in the upcoming ‘The Very Best Of Dusty Springfield’ tour.
24 of Dusty’s best-known tracks are included in the two hour setlist, including the soulful ‘Son Of A Preacher Man’, the boppy ‘I Only Want To Be With You’ and the classic ‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’.
The tour kicks off in regional Victoria on May 04, moving through all except Tasmania and the Northern Territory during its three month run.
Tickets for all dates are on sale now.
May 04 : Warragul (West Gippsland Arts Centre)
May 05 : Frankston (Arts Centre)
May 11 : Wangaratta (Performing Arts Centre)
May 12 : Melbourne (The Palms At Crown)
May 13 : Geelong (Performing Arts Centre)
May 18 : Cessnock (Performing Arts Centre)
May 19 : Sydney (Theatre Royal)
May 26 : Nowra (Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre)
June 01 : Ballarat (Her Majesty’s Theatre)
June 02 : Bendigo (Capital Theatre)
June 08 : North Sydney (North Leagues Club)
June 09 : Castle Hill (Castle Hill RSL)
June 14 : Brisbane (Redland Performing Arts Centre)
June 15 : Nambour (Civic Theatre)
June 16 : Brisbane (Kedron Wavell Services Club)
June 17 : Ipswich (Civic Centre)
June 22 : Wagga Wagga (Civic Theatre)
June 23 : Albury (Performing Arts Centre)
June 29 : Canberra (Playhouse Theatre)
June 30 : Campbelltown (The Cube)
July 06 : Rooty Hill (Rooty Hill RSL)
July 07 : Belmont (16 Footers)
July 13 : Bathurst (Memorial Entertainment Centre)
July 14 : Dubbo (Regional Theatre)
July 20 : Taree (Manning Entertainment Centre)
July 21 : Port Macquarie (The Glasshouse)
July 26 : Whyalla (Middleback Theatre)
July 27 : Port Pirie (Keith Mitchell Theatre)
July 28 : Adelaide (Her Majesty’s Theatre)
July 29 : Mount Gambier (Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre)
August 02 : Bunbury (Entertainment Centre)
August 03 : Perth (Astor Theatre)
August 04 : Mandurah (Performing Arts Centre)