Acappella act Suade bring man band to Williamstown

Acapella act Suade brought their man band to a 21st birthday party in Williamstown on Saturday night, performing a not-so-intimate gig in front of 100 people crammed into a lounge room.

The performance featured the iconic Australian expatriates’ anthem “I Still Call Australia Home” that was written and performed by Peter Allen in 1980 and made famous again in 1999 by the Australian Girls Choir and National Boys Choir in a Qantas television commercial.

Over a period of about 12 years, Melbourne’s Suade has emerged as one of Australia’s leading a cappella acts, and one of the most outrageously fun, rowdy and exciting groups on the international vocal scene.

For more information on Suade you can visit their website or follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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