Dark Horses will shine

DARK HORSES: Charlie Owen, Gus Agars, Tex Perkins, Steven Hadley and Joel Silbersher.PHOTO: Martin Philbey
DARK HORSES: Charlie Owen, Gus Agars, Tex Perkins, Steven Hadley and Joel Silbersher.PHOTO: Martin Philbey

TOMORROW night, Friday, November 9, sees the return of a Dark Horse. Six of them in fact.

Tex Perkins and his band, the Dark Horses, of which he insists he's only a musical component, play the Star Court Theatre. Tex has good reason for such humility - the band is superb.

Charlie Owen, James Cruikshank, Joel Silbersher, Stephen Hadley and Gus Agars play in some of the most influential outfits in the nation.

See them sizzle from 8pm, for $40.

Buy tickets from www.startheatre.com, 6622 5005 or at the door if you're lucky.

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