Black Sorrows set to rock
A recent article in the Cobram Courier said Australian rock band The Choirboys would be performing at Barooga Sports Club.
The Courier has since been informed by the club this will not be happening.
The paper was incorrectly informed by the band’s booking agent and sincerely apologises for any inconvenience caused by the error.
But all is not lost — The Black Sorrows will be performing a free concert at the Barooga Sports Club in November.
Led by Joe Camilleri, The Black Sorrows launched as a loose band of like-minded musicians in 1984.
From humble beginnings playing innercity cafes around Melbourne and selling albums from the boot of a car, the band members transformed themselves into one of the most sophisticated ensembles in the country.
The independently-released album Dear Children represented a turning point. When radio picked up the classic track Mystified, the band took flight, releasing multiplatinum sellers Hold On To Me, Harley and Rose and The Chosen Ones.
The band has won an ARIA award for best band, played sold out shows across Europe and sold more than two million albums worldwide.
The Black Sorrows will hit the Barooga Sports Club stage on November 18 from 9 pm.
For more information, phone the club on 5873 4448.
Rock royalty: The Black Sorrows will perform in Barooga.