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Mental as Anything are still Livin' it Up

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The annual Apia Good Times Tour returns for it’s fifth consecutive year with another once-in-a-lifetime line-up of Oz music legends including The Black Sorrows with Vika + Linda Bull, Colin Hay (Men at Work), Mental as Anything and Deborah Conway leading the sing-alongs across the country.  

They'l all be at the Wrest Point Entertainment Centr, Saturday, 17 June 2017
Tickets available from Tixtas - 1300 795 257 and www.tixtas.com.au

2017’s line-up of legends have a huge array of hits to draw from including Harley & Rose, Chained
to the Wheel, Hold on to Me, Down Under, Who Can It Be Now?, Overkill, Nips Are Getting Bigger,
Live it Up, Too Many Times, It’s Only The Beginning and Man Overboard, to name a few. Each artist
performs a solo set of their hits before joining in an extraordinary finale with all four sharing the
stage.

Mental As Anything with their two original lead vocalists Martin Plaza and Greedy Smith have
been touring since the late 1970s honing the craft of performing their songs live and perfecting the
art of just being Mental. And nailing it.

We caught up with Greedy who told us how he got the nickname..

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