Chandler Shaw Events presents
Best of the bee gees
with Colin "Smiley" Petersen
The Original Bee Gees Drummer
Friday, 29 May, 2020
In a WORLD FIRST the Best of the Bee Gees Show will be joined onstage with an original member of the Bee Gees. Colin “Smiley” Petersen.
Colin “Smiley” Petersen was the first non-Gibb brother to become an official member of the Bee Gees. He played drums on the albums Bee Gees 1st, Horizontal, Idea, Odessa and Cucumber Castle. Producing the number one singles Massachusetts, To Love Somebody, I Started a Joke and New York Mining Disaster among many more. The Gibb brothers regarded his playing as essential to their sound.
Colin is very excited to join The Best of the Bee Gees Show. “I’m pleased to be part of this great show to share my memories. It’s wonderful that these incredible songs live on” - Colin “Smiley” Petersen.
In their 21st Anniversary Year, The Best of the Bee Gees Show has recently headlined a performance with the full Canberra Symphony Orchestra to a rapturous 15,000 people as well as the Mundaring Summer Festival WA, Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Pan Pacific Masters Games, Toyota Gympie Music Muster, New Year’s Eve Universal Studios Singapore to name a few.
In 2018 their fame spread abroad with a hugely successful European and UK Tour, headlining at the prestigious Preston Guild Hall. Bringing their full international touring act to the Barossa Arts Centre the Best of the Bee Gees Show will be performing all the massive hits from Spicks and Specks to Stayin Alive.
If you love the original Bee Gees, you can re-live those hits and first-hand memories from Colin and the Band. No other band comes close to replicating the sound of the original Bee Gees band AND with an original member. Don’t miss this incredible show - get your tickets now. Read more
Tickets: Adult $79.00, Concession $69.00 (Govt Aged Pension and Seniors Card), Group 6+ $69.00
When booking tickets please phone 08 8561 4299 with wheelchair or other special requirements.
Tickets can also be purchased or collected from the box office one hour prior to performance.