Livestream Preview: Colin Hay Plays Men at Work @ Mandolin, 11/1/20

Colin Hay
Colin Hay (Photo by Sebastian Smith)

Singer-songwriter Colin Hay burst onto the global music scene as frontman for Aussies Men at Work. Colin revisits the greatest songs and other surprises of that remarkable band with his Los Angeles-based Men at Work Touring Band in a livestream show via Mandolin on Sunday, Nov. 1!

“I am lucky to still be able to write, record and play music for a living,” Colin said. “I will have something new to release very soon. Some 40 years ago, this was my aspiration. I wanted to be in a great rock band and tour the world. My dreams came true. That was a long time ago, though sometimes it feels like just the other day.”

He added, “I toured last year as Men at Work, and it was a truly great experience. Touring is obviously on hold for the foreseeable future, so I offer this virtual concert with my band, of my favorite Men at Work songs, 40 years on. You don’t even have to leave your house, which at the moment, is still a good idea.”

Watch the official music video for “Down Under” by Men at Work on YouTube:

Net proceeds to benefit three fantastic organizations — Headcount, NIVA and NITO — supporting Americans’ right to vote as well as the independent Venue and touring associations that are working so hard to bring more Federal Aid to the millions of people who have lost their jobs and whose venues face potential permanent closures from the coronavirus pandemic.

Post-show meet and greets are available also.

Buy your tickets online now!

Colin Hay
Men at Work 20/20 Virtual Concert
Mandolin
Sunday, Nov. 1
Show @ 7:30pm ET
$25
All ages

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