Cockburn Gazette - - LIFESTYLE -

KATE Ce­ber­ano (pic­tured right) was made for tour­ing.

In a ca­reer that spans more than 30 years she has re­leased 23 al­bums, per­formed in stage pro­duc­tions of Je­sus Christ Su­per­star and South Pa­cific, had her own tonight show on the ABC, won Danc­ing with the Stars and cu­rated the Ade­laide Cabaret Fes­ti­val, to name just a few of her mile­stones.

“Hard work and per­form­ing is what keeps me alive; it’s like oxy­gen to me,” the 49-year-old said.

“I love tour­ing. I ac­tu­ally don’t en­joy record­ing very much; I can safely say I never have, but it’s like a means to an end be­cause where I end up is be­ing able to put it in a live form.”

Ce­ber­ano will join fel­low Aus­tralian mu­si­cians Daryl Braith­waite, Jon Stevens and John Paul Young for this year’s Good Times Tour.

It will be Ce­ber­ano’s se­cond time on the Good Times Tour line-up, af­ter tak­ing the stage last year along­side Brian Cadd, Joe Camil­leri and Glenn Shor­rock.

The show is at Perth Con­cert Hall on May 21. Tick­ets from www.tick­et­mas­ter.com.au.

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