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Part two of tag-along 2017 – From the Murray to the Outback

Part two covers from Melrose to Silverton.







After three fun-packed days in Nuriootpa we headed through some beautiful country to the little town of Melrose situated at the base of Mt Remarkable.

It was certainly picturesque.



The view from the lookout at the back of the caravan park




Beautiful gum trees surrounding the lookout that is a memorial to the soldiers of WWI




This beautiful old Melrose Hall beginning to fill up for concert number four



Shirley Watts collecting money at the door



Alan Percy


Laurel Calvert

All three artists adding their talents to help produce a wonderful show


John O’Dea







As was Graham's practice throughout the tour, all artists gathered together on stage for a fifteen-minute finale.  This practice proved very popular with the audience and always resulted in a very vocal request for an encore.


Chilling out




This was our one and only more formal night for the tour.  Jeans and joggers were replaced with collar and tie and we could not have chosen more beautiful surrounds for our formal dinner.


Tables set for dinner


All spruced up for the special night


The smiles say it all








A good time is being had by all



The job of a recording artist is never ending


Laurel and  Glen (aka Alfie)


No matter what was happening, a bit of tom-foolery was never far off


The best we could do as a group photo

Broken Hill

The view from the slag-heap lookout

Broken Hill

Another view from the top


Concert number six, a very special night for Trevor as he launched his
first EP


The tag-along members starting to gather for another happy hour full of entertainment at the Broken Hill Caravan Park


Spin producing some of the entertainment with a verse of bush poetry


A very special guest artist for this concert was “Roberta”.  Her sweet voice and unbelievable beauty set Graham in a spin as he fell madly in love with this angel


Graham steals a kiss from his newly found love


Jimmy’s Welsh heritage came to the fore as he added to the mix




A little bit of Graham's Scottish heritage comes to the forefront




Concert number seven was held in the beer-garden at the Silverton Hotel.  It was one of those days when the sun shone, the sky was blue and you were just very happy to be where you were.


Silverton is definitely a real icon of the Australian outback and it was a day everyone thoroughly enjoyed.


Graham standing in front of the ruins of the original pub







As the smiles indicate, a good time was being had by all.



Rodney the percussionist






The finale



Part of the audience


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