Posted by Michael Avery
14. Aug, 2012
|August 19, 2012|
Julie London, best known for her smoky, sensual voice was an idolised Jazz singer of the 50’s and 60’s. Backed by a 10 piece band, Rhonda Burchmore tells the sultry story of the young temptress along to some of Miss London’s well known numbers.
WHERE: The Comedy Theatre, 244 Exhibition St, Melbourne
WHEN: Thursday-Sunday, 16-19 August, 8pm
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