TAXIRIDE frontman Jason Singh has already found 2021 to be his most in-demand year in over a decade, adding 16 more shows to his 10-date East Coast tour - including at the Macksville Ex-Services Club on Friday, June 18.
Arguably one of Australia's best male vocalists, Jason has hit the road in acoustic mode, performing the hits of Taxiride, along with his solo material and a selection of favourite classics.
Taxiride (Hits, Bits & Beyond) features the dynamic frontman giving fans a double dose of his powerhouse vocals and those memorable melodies that put Taxiride - and Jason - at the top of their game.
Jason's soaring vocals are currently being heard on rotation around Australia, with Taxiride's anthem Get Set featured on Visit Victoria's television ad campaign to promote the band's home State.
Garnering two consecutive No.1 platinum selling albums, nine Top 40 hit singles including Get Set, Everywhere You Go, and the most played song on Australian radio in 2002, Creepin' Up Slowly, Taxiride were at the top of the Australian music industry.
Twenty years on - after a hiatus, a reunion and an established solo career - it's time to join Jason Singh as he continues the 'Ride' in a series of shows taking you on a journey beyond the hits.
"I'm proud of everything I've done," Jason said, "Taxiride is where it all started for me. I'm excited about playing these shows and getting to play a collection of songs I've rarely, some never, played live."
The Hits, Bits & Beyond show will see Jason perform all the iconic numbers along with material from deep within the Taxiride catalogue - including Skin, Saffron and World's Away.
With a studio album, a covers album and a string of singles including two dance club hits, Jason will also feature a variety of his solo material, which has seen him tour extensively with a long list of accomplished artists including Mariah Carey, Rick Astley, HANSON and John Farnham.
For the Macksville concert, you can purchase tickets at the club or Trybooking.com
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