Colin Cook is one of Australia’s best-known performers, with hits on the charts in the 1960s. The singer-saxophonist had been in The Sapphires and The Thunderbirds before going solo.
He was on the Melbourne charts seven times 1963-66, notably with It’s Up To You, Heart, Blue Ribbon Baby and Well, Don’t You Know.
He recorded with The Strangers, including on the LP Colin Cook and the Strangers (1964). His last single on the Melbourne charts was Pocketful Of Rainbows on Clarion in 1967.
The Colin Cook Benefit Features :
Bobby Bright, Ronnie Charles, Issi Dye, Marcia Jones, The Hubcaps,
The Intrepid Hounds, Jay McLean Band and many more.
Special guest appearances for the Big Jam!
Tickets are only $20 each
All proceeds to help Colin Cook and his family
Sunday 17th April 2016 at 2.00pm
Lucky 13 Garage
8 Cochranes Road, Moorabbin
Behind every singer there’s a band. If every band member that has ever backed up Colin Cook, or appeared on the same gig, bought a ticket to the Benefit Gig, it would be sold out.
“Adele, (Colin’s wife), I’ve been in the business for over 55 years and I’ve never ever heard a bad word about Col.
That puts him in rare company. You can be very, very proud of your husband” Quote from Laurie Arthur.
If there was ever a time or reason to ‘get behind’ Col and his family, it’s now!
If you’re interested in performing in the Big Jam,
please contact Laurie Arthur on 9399 8019
(no ticket bookings via phone)