Pure Gold Live in Melbourne brings back the 70s, 80s and 90s

Pseudo Echo, Hush, Uncanny X-Men, Deborah Conway hit the stage. 

Some of the biggest acts of the 70s, 80s and 90s came together for one concert at St Kilda’s Palais Theatre as Pure Gold Live returned to Melbourne.

After three sold-out Melbourne shows in previous years, Saturday’s Pure Gold Live was hosted by GOLD104.3’s day time announcers Gavin Miller and Craig “Huggy” Huggins.

Almost 3,000 fans turning out to witness three hours of music, with popular tracks and special performances from some big Australian names.

The performance featured Uncanny X-Men, Pseudo Echo, Kids in the Kitchen, Hush, Wendy Matthews, Chocolate Starfish, Eurogliders, Billy Miller, Deborah Conway, Joe Dolce, Paul Norton, The Chantoozies, Sean Kelly, Stars, Stephen Cummings and Real Life, and a rare performance by Hush, who re-united on stage for the first time in eight years.

A special tribute to INXS closed out the night with an all-star encore. Deborah Conway took the lead on Never Tear Us Apart, Adam Thompson belted out New Sensation before Brian Mannix, Scott Carne, Sean Kelly of The Models, and The Chantoozies ended the night on a huge high with Don’t Change.

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