Hot Chocolate (UK) – 2014 Australian Tour Announced

Direct from London, Hot Chocolate, one of the most successful bands to come out of the ’70’s and they are still performing today to audiences worldwide who love their classic hits and distinctive sound. Hot Chocolate are returning to Australia by overwhelming demand in October 2014 – presented by Abstract Entertainment.

Last Year, Hot Chocolate toured Australia extensively garnering sell-outs and rave reviews. Recently they completed a major U.K Arena Tour with David Cassidy, Smokie and Leo Sayer – the feedback was outstanding.

Hot Chocolate consists of Founding Members Patrick Olive, who started with the band playing percussion and then moved on to bass guitar and vocals; Harvey Hinsley, original member and lead guitarist involved in song writing and record producing. He was responsible for all those amazing riffs heard in songs like “You Sexy Thing” and “Every 1’s A Winner”; and Drummer Tony Connor, who is the powerhouse of the group and his distinctive solid sound that is thought by many to be the foundation of this amazingly successful band. Kennie Simon, the lead singer replaced Errol Brown.

1970’s Australian pop sensation John Paul Young will join up with Hot Chocolate on selected tour dates, performing all of his greatest hits spanning his impressive 42-year career from “Love Is In The Air” to “Yesterday’s Hero”.

OCTOBER 2014 Tour Dates
Friday 3rd October – Twin Towns w/ JPY – NSW
Saturday 4th October – Tivoli w/ JPY – QLD
Thursday 9th October – Rooty Hill RSL – NSW
Friday 10th October – The Palms at Crown – VIC
Saturday 11th October – Enmore Theatre w/ JPY – NSW
Wednesday 15th October – Wests Newcastle – NSW
Thursday 16th October – Canberra Southern Cross Club – ACT
Friday 17th October – Wrest Point Casino w/ JPY – TAS
Saturday 18th October – Country Club Casino, Launceston w/ JPY – TAS
Sunday 19th October – Revesby Workers Club – NSW
Tuesday 21st October – The Bruce Mason Centre – NZ
Wednesday 22nd October – Founders Theatre, Hamilton – NZ
Friday 24th October – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide – SA
Saturday 25th October – The Astor Theatre – WA

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