Two of Australia’s finest rock voices – Jason Singh and Mark Gable – will pump out the hits at the SS&A Club on Friday as part of The Voices Of: A Celebration of Australian Music.
Backed by some of Australia’s best musicians, Singh and Gable will each will take to the stage to perform their band’s biggest hits before coming together for a memorable Oz music finale.
Gable is a live music veteran who has been entertaining Australian audiences for more than 30 years with the iconic Choirboys.
The band epitomize the essence of Australian pub rock culture and are viewed by many as the quintessential Australian rock band with hits such as Run to Paradise and Boys Will Be Boys.
“People know if they go along and see one of the old bands or old artist they know they're going to be entertained and have a good time,” Gable told The Border Mail ahead of his previous Albury show in June.
"You know they're going to play some Australian pub rock and roll and it's going to be fun."
Singh is one of Australia’s most consistent performers and founding member of Taxiride and with more than 20 years experience he is guaranteed to deliver energetic performances.
Taxiride has nine top 40 hit singles including the top five hits Get Set, Everywhere You Go, and Creepin’ Up Slowly.
He is no stranger to Border fans.
"There's a buzz coming to the SS&A and have people singing Get Set and Creepin’ Up Slowly,” Singh told The Border Mail earlier this year.
“I've been up there so many times now … there's a lot of fans up there in Albury who know my albums and the songs.
"I think it's an amazing thing that you can write songs in a bedroom and then people halfway across the country know the words to your song; it's pretty amazing.”
He recently completed the Jason Singh Project – six releases in 12 months.