The Cat Stevens Story with all his classic hits, returns to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre Concert Hall for one night only on Friday November 29.
Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story will return to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre Concert Hall for one night only on Friday November 29.
Brisbane audiences can stand up and celebrate all over again classic Cat favourites Father & Son, The Old School Yard, Where Do The Children Play, Moonshadow, Hard Headed Woman and of course, Peace Train, performed by Darren Coggan, one of Australia’s most exciting young artists, backed by the high-energy band, Fire Cats.
Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story takes audiences on a journey of discovery and enlightenment, looking into the heart and mind of one of the greatest singer/songwriters of our time.
The show has been a sell-out in Sydney and producer, Phil Bathols says he always knew it would return to Brisbane.
“People of all ages really connected with the story and the music of Cat Stevens,’’ he said. “I always had those standing ovations playing in the back of my mind, and so I knew we’d be back.”
In the ‘70s Cat Stevens was the ultimate rock star. He sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. In Australia almost one in two people owned one. But at the height of his career he shocked the world by taking his last bow. Why?