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Topalbums van Little River Band


Greatest Hits
Premium Gold (Int'l only)
Sleeper Catcher (Remastered)
The Definitive Collection
First Under The Wire (2010 Remaster)
Diamantina Cocktail (2010 Remaster)
Diamantina Cocktail
Test of Time
Sleeper Catcher (2010 Remaster)
Little River Band (2010 Remaster)


Biography van Little River Band

Little River Band is an Australian rock band formed in Melbourne in 1975 and named after a road sign for the Victorian township of Little River, near Geelong. They were the first Australian rock group to enjoy sustained commercial success in the United States. During their career the band have sold more than 25 million records and scored 13 American Top 40 hits. While fronted by singer John Farnham from 1982–1986, the band's original members were Glenn Shorrock (vocals), Graeham Goble, Beeb Birtles and Ric Formosa (guitars and vocals), Roger McLachlan (bass) and Derek Pellicci (drums). The group evolved from the harmony-rock group Mississippi in 1975. Prior to that, Birtles had been the bassist in 1960s pop band Zoot (which also included singer-guitarist Rick Springfield), and Shorrock had been the lead singer of leading Australian 60s pop band The Twilights and early 1970s country rock band Axiom. They found immediate success in Australia, but individual members had greater ambitions. Like many other Australasian groups of the period, both Axiom and Mississippi had tried to break into the UK record market without success. Remembering the indifferent reaction they had received in the UK, they decided the new band would focus on establishing themselves in the United States. A key factor in their eventual success was their manager Glenn Wheatley, who had been the bassist in the highly-regarded Australian rock band The Masters Apprentices. Wheatley's first-hand experiences of the rip-offs in the 1960s music scene, combined with his subsequent experience working in music management in Britain and the United States in the early 1970s, enabled him to help LRB become the first Australian group to enjoy sustained commercial and chart success in the United States. Fuelled by a very successful Australian hit single "Curiosity Killed The Cat", the band began making promotional visits to the US in 1976. This resulted in a hit single, "It's A Long Way There", which broke into the Top 30 and galvanised the commitment of the band members. More concert performances in the US followed, and in 1977 "Help Is On Its Way" (an Australian number one single) and "Happy Anniversary"[4] both narrowly missed the US Top 10. During this period McLachlan left the group and was replaced by George McArdle while lead guitarist Formosa was replaced by David Briggs. From 1978 until 1981, Little River Band achieved six consecutive US Top 10 singles with "Reminiscing", "Lady", "Lonesome Loser", "Cool Change", "The Night Owls" and "Take It Easy On Me". During their career the band have sold more than 25 million records and scored 13 American Top 40 hits. Bassist/vocalist Wayne Nelson joined in 1980 and is currently the lead singer. In 1981 he sang lead vocals on their top ten US hit "Night Owls". Guitarist Stephen Housden joined the band in 1981 replacing David Briggs. Housden owns the rights to the name Little River Band. He co-wrote the band's last hit in Australia "Love is a Bridge". In 1982 Shorrock was forced out of the band and went on to pursue a solo career. He failed to make an impression in the U.S., but he had a substantial hit in Australia with a cover version of Bobby Darin's "Dream Lover". The pressures of success and constant touring gradually took their toll on LRB and members gradually left. John Farnham replaced Shorrock in 1982 and the first single with Farnham, "The Other Guy" reached #11 in the US. Subsequent singles were only minor hits. In Australia the band continued to be popular and songs such as "Down On The Border", "Playing To Win" and "Love is a Bridge" were major hits. Farnham's popularity in Australia was increasing at this time, and he left the band to return to his solo career, achieving huge success in Australia (he was also managed by Wheatley). Birtles left in 1983 because he did not like the direction the band was taking and he was not a fan of Farnham's onstage performance. Farnham left in 1986 to be replaced by the returning Shorrock. Goble left the group in 1990. Shorrock left again in 1996; he was offered the option to buy out the remaining members but he decided instead to take a payment. Derek Pellicci left the band in 1999. Little River Band are considered to be among Australia's most significant bands. The "classic lineup" of the band (Birtles, Shorrock, Goble, Pellicci, Briggs and McArdle) were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame at the 18th Annual ARIA Music Awards of 2004. They performed "Help Is On Its Way" that night. Three founding members, Birtles, Shorrock and Goble, continue to perform reunion concerts but due to the fact they lost the rights to the name Little River Band, they appear under the name Birtles Shorrock Goble: The Original Voices of Little River Band. "Reminiscing", written by Goble, was recognised by BMI as one of the most frequently played songs in the history of American radio, with more than four million plays to its credit. "Lady" has also accumulated more than three million plays, and Goble is the first and only Australian songwriter ever to win a Four "Million Air" award from BMI. According to Albert Goldman's biography, John Lennon named "Reminiscing" as one of his favorite songs. Little River Band continues to work in the US and performs around 100 shows every year. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.


  





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DatumLocatiePlaats en land
Thu, 25-03-2021Peabody AuditoriumDaytona Beach, United States
Fri, 26-03-2021The Maxwell C. King CenterMelbourne, United States
Sun, 28-03-2021Germain ArenaEstero, United States
Fri, 07-05-2021Des Plaines TheaterDes Plaines, United States
Thu, 13-05-2021Hampton Beach Casino BallroomHampton Beach, United States
Sat, 15-05-2021Union County Performing Arts CenterRahway, United States
Sat, 22-05-2021Susan B Goode Fine and Perf Arts CenterVirginia Beach, United States
Fri, 28-05-2021Florida TheatreJacksonville, United States
Sat, 29-05-2021Ruth Eckerd HallClearwater, United States
Fri, 11-06-2021Abilene Convention CenterAbilene, United States
Sat, 12-06-2021Margaritaville Resort CasinoBossier City, United States
Sun, 13-06-2021Pensacola Saenger TheatrePensacola, United States
Thu, 01-07-2021BirchmereAlexandria, United States
Fri, 02-07-2021Turning Stone Resort CasinoVerona, United States
Sat, 03-07-2021Mount Airy Casino ResortMt Pocono, United States
Fri, 09-07-2021South Shore Music CircusCohasset, United States
Sat, 10-07-2021Cape Cod Melody TentHyannis, United States
Fri, 16-07-2021Tropicana ShowroomAtlantic City, United States
Sat, 17-07-2021American Music TheatreLancaster, United States
Thu, 22-07-2021Dosey Doe CoffeeThe Woodlands, United States
Fri, 30-07-2021Snow Park Outdoor AmphitheaterPark City, United States
Sat, 31-07-2021Edgewater HotelLaughlin, United States
Fri, 06-08-2021The Canyon MontclairMontclair, United States
Sat, 07-08-2021Ojai Libbey BowlOjai, United States
Sun, 08-08-2021Starlight BowlBurbank, United States
Fri, 13-08-2021Shipshewana Event CenterShipshewana, United States
Sat, 14-08-2021Mount Vernon Public SquareMount Vernon, United States
Sun, 15-08-2021Point of the Bluff VineyardsHammondsport, United States
Sat, 21-08-2021Genesee TheatreWaukegan, United States
Fri, 27-08-2021Hollywood CasinoLawrenceburg, United States
Sat, 28-08-2021Hollywood Casino at Charles Town RacesRanson, United States
Fri, 03-09-2021Hollywood Casino ColumbusColumbus, United States
Sat, 04-09-2021Rhythm City Casino ResortDavenport, United States
Sat, 18-09-2021Berglund CenterRoanoke, United States
Fri, 24-09-2021Humphreys Concerts By the BaySan Diego, United States
Sat, 25-09-2021Gallo Center For the ArtsModesto, United States
Thu, 07-10-2021Wall Street Theater Norwalk CTNorwalk, United States
Fri, 08-10-2021Penn's PeakJim Thorpe, United States
Sat, 09-10-2021del Lago Resort & CasinoWaterloo, United States
Fri, 15-10-2021The Palace TheatreGreensburg, United States
Sat, 16-10-2021River City CasinoSaint Louis, United States
Fri, 22-10-2021Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resorts CasinoLedyard, United States
Sat, 23-10-2021Chevalier TheatreMedford, United States
Wed, 27-10-2021Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa ResortCancún, Mexico
Fri, 29-10-2021Paramount TheatreDenver, United States
Fri, 05-11-2021Pacific Steel Four Seasons ArenaGreat Falls, United States
Thu, 11-11-2021Prairie Band Casino & ResortMayetta, United States
Fri, 12-11-2021Four Winds Casino Resort – New BuffaloNew Buffalo, United States
Sat, 13-11-2021Medina Entertainment CenterHamel, United States
Fri, 19-11-2021River Center- for The Performing ArtsColumbus, United States
Sat, 20-11-2021Belterra Casino ResortFlorence, United States
Wed, 01-12-2021Hard Rock Hotel And Casino TulsaCatoosa, United States
Thu, 02-12-2021Cherokee Hotel & Casino West Siloam SpringsWest Siloam Springs, United States
Sat, 04-12-2021Buffalo Thunder Resort CasinoSanta Fe, United States
Fri, 10-12-2021Crystal Grand Music TheatreWisconsin Dells, United States
Fri, 17-12-2021Golden Nugget Hotel & CasinoLake Charles, United States
Sat, 15-01-2022Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas CityKansas City, United States
Fri, 11-02-2022H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts CenterShippensburg, United States
Fri, 18-02-2022Pabst TheaterMilwaukee, United States
Fri, 25-02-2022Patchogue Theatre for the Performing ArtsPatchogue, United States
Sat, 05-03-2022Parker PlayhouseFt Lauderdale, United States
Mon, 07-03-2022The Maxwell C. King CenterMelbourne, United States
Fri, 18-03-2022Plymouth Memorial HallPlymouth, United States
Sat, 19-03-2022Isaac Harris Cary Memorial BuildingLexington, United States
Sat, 26-03-2022Alabama TheatreNorth Myrtle Beach, United States
Sat, 09-04-2022Port St. Lucie Civic CenterPort St Lucie, United States

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