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Daryl BraithwaiteThe legendary Daryl Braithwaite has much to celebrate in his unparalleled career. He and his incredible live band have been selling out pubs and clubs in every corner of the country for decades. Several of the members of Daryl’s band have been with him since the EDGE (1988) and RISE (1990) days. The last member joined 14 years ago, which means the current line-up has been together as long as Sherbet were together.

Daryls multi-platinum albums EDGE and RISE were followed by a brilliant new mini-album, FOREVER THE TOURIST (2014) when Daryl was also re-signed by Sony Music Australia. And the centrepiece of this new chapter in his career is the anthemicsingle ‘Not Too Late’. In light of the renewal of his partnership with Sony, there could hardly have been a more apt title. It’s a story of hope, aspirations and most definitely reflections of life, and the obvious choice to have a go or not.FOREVER THE TOURIST is in one way a personal gift from Daryl to his most loyal fans, a thank you for their unrelenting support across the decades. But everyone involved is also confident these new emotion-filled, state-of-the-art songs will also introduce a whole new generation of music lovers to one of the most famous and beloved voices in the history of Australian music. Alongside “Not Too Late”, the other seven songs on the album sound like pages torn straight out of Daryl’s world intimate, joyous celebrations from a man who is loving life. Such as “Beautiful Feeling”, which encapsulates the thrill Daryl feels every time he steps up on stage. Or the reggae groove of “Perfect Day”, filled with sand, surf and

FOREVER THE TOURIST is in one way a personal gift from Daryl to his most loyal fans, a thank you for their unrelenting support across the decades. But everyone involved is confident these new emotion-filled, state-of-the-art songs will introduce a whole new generation of music lovers to one of the most famous and beloved voices in the history of Australian music. Alongside ‘Not Too Late’, the other seven songs on the album sound like pages torn straight out of Daryl’s world. They’re intimate and joyous celebrations from a man who is loving life, such as ‘Beautiful Feeling’, which encapsulates the thrill Daryl feels every time he steps on stage. Or the reggae groove of ‘Perfect Day’, filled with sand, surf and sun. Or the title track ‘Forever The Tourist’, a huge open-hearted acclamation to where his life travels have carried him so far.Throughout this mini-album, the mood is definitely up and vibrant. In recent years, Daryl has been collaborating with two talented songwriters Melbourne-based Oliver Jones (brother of Savage Garden’s Daniel Jones) and Sydney-based Lindsay Rimes.

Throughout this mini-album the mood is most definitely up and vibrant. In recent years Daryl has been collaborating with two talented songwriters, Melbourne-based Oliver Jones (brother of Savage Garden’s Daniel Jones) and Sydney-based Lindsay Rimes.

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