Ian Moss has today announced a tour in celebration of his debut solo album, Matchbook.
Moss, who is best known for his work as the co-founder and guitarist for Cold Chisel, released the album in 1989 and went on to win Album Of The Year, Best Male Artist, Breakthrough Artist – Album, Breakthrough Artist – Single and Song Of The Year (Tucker’s Daughter) at the 1990 ARIA Awards.
“Like my loyal fan base, Matchbook has been very good to me and it has allowed me to travel and play music that has been embraced by fans all over Australia and abroad. And for that, I am very grateful,” shared Moss.
The 30th anniversary tour will kick off at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on 1 November, then head to Thirroul, Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Newcastle and Brisbane, before wrapping up in Perth in early-December.
Moss will be joined by Matt Wilkinson as support for all dates, while Lachlan Edwards will join the Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle shows.
Tickets are on sale from Monday 17 June at 12pm. Head to theGuide for all the info.