Hoodoo Gurus Concert On 20-09-2022 At Hindmarsh SA, Adelaide Entertainment Centre

Hoodoo Gurus 2022 Australia

Event: Hoodoo Gurus Concert

Venue: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, 98 Port Rd, Hindmarsh SA, Australia

Date: Tue, 20 Sept, 8:00 – 11:15 pm GMT+9:30

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The Hoodoo Gurus Dandy Warhols’ 40th-anniversary tour has been rescheduled for September. After being forced to postpone their original dates, the two massive bands will now perform at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on 16 Sept. In the same month, they’ll play rescheduled shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Hobart, Adelaide, and Perth. On the Melbourne and Adelaide dates, fellow Aussie stalwarts Even, who are celebrating their 28th anniversary, will also be performing. Current ticket holders can keep their tickets for the new dates or receive a full refund, as is customary.

Chariot of the Gods Album

Chariot of the Gods, the Gurus’ first studio album in twelve years, opened at number seven on the ARIA Album Chart and second on the ARIA Australian Album Chart, making it the band’s highest ranking studio album in almost 28 years. Hoodoo Gurus’ tenth studio album, Chariot of the Gods, was released on 11 Mar 2022 and is their tenth studio album overall.

Since their 2010 album Purity of Essence, the band hasn’t released a new studio album. On 10 Mar 2022, an exclusive live unique event recording from Damien Gerard Studios on the NSW Central Coast captured the entire album for the first time. Due to supply chain concerns associated with COVID-19, the album’s vinyl release date was postponed to 31 Apr.

Hoodoo Gurus Biography

Hoodoo Gurus is an Australian rock band founded in Sydney in 1981 by Dave Faulkner, with Richard Grossman (bass), Mark Kingsmill (drums), and Brad Shepherd joining later. With the albums Mars Needs Guitars!, Blow Your Cool!, and Magnum Cum Louder, their fame peaked in the mid-to the late 1980s. The Hoodoo Gurus were recognized in the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007. According to the band’s induction statement, the Gurus were one of Australia’s most “innovative, lyrically clever, and entertaining” bands. The group’s sound stood out among Sydney’s Detroit-inspired bands, ranging from 1960s power pop and garage punk to hard rock and funky psychedelic kitsch.

Hoodoo Gurus was founded by three members of Perth’s protopunk and punk bands: After a falling out with leader Robbie Porritt, Dave Faulkner (guitars) quit the renowned Manikins. Kimble Rendall (guitars), the fourth founding member, was previously a member of Sydney punk band XL Capris. The Victims’ James Baker (drums) previously worked with Roddy Radalj in The Scientists. Three guitarists, Faulkner, Rendall, and Radalj, met at a New Year’s Eve party in late 1980 and formed Le Hoodoo Gurus with Baker.

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