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Roy Orbison Reborn “the Pretty Woman Tour

Roy Orbison Reborn “the Pretty Woman Tour - Two NZ Shows Only - Oct - 2014


Roy Orbison LIVES in the persona of Dean Bourne.


Having been described as possessing ‘the spirit of Roy Orbison’ within him both physically and vocally, Dean thrills fans of Roy Orbison by effortlessly performing iconic hits like - Pretty Woman, Crying, Dream Baby, Blue Bayou, Penny Arcade, Danny Boy, Only The Lonely, and many many more.

His sold-out Australian tours are testament to this talent, as he mesmerises the audience with his unique ability to recreate the magic and great hits of Roy Orbison.

Dean is excited to be bringing to New Zealand audiences for the first time, his Roy Orbison Reborn “ The Pretty Woman Tour” for performances that will leave audiences stunned at the uncanny likeness to the Big O himself.

Come and relive the sound, the voice and all the magical hits of The Big O in one great exclusive and unforgettable concert experience!

"Dean is in a class of his own, the likes of which are rarely seen" - Larry Muhoberac (Elvis Presley’s piano player, world renowned composer)

"Dean has global potential, I'm blown away by the uncanny physical likeness and gob smacked at how much he sounds like Orbison, It's a rare combination" (Marty Rhone, Australian Music Legend)

www.deanbourne.com.au
www.facebook.com/DeanBourneAsRoy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysBgnNuqC8g
FRIDAY 10TH OCT - BAYCOURT COMMUNITY & ARTS CENTRE
TAURANGA - 8.00PM - ALL AGES

SATURDAY 11TH OCT - SKY CITY CASINO
AUCKLAND - 8.00PM - ALL AGES

TICKETS FOR BOTH SHOWS AVAILABLE FROM: WWW.TICKETEK.CO.NZ
PH 0800 842 538 (BOOKING FEES MAY APPLY)

Dean Bourne is the world's greatest exponent of the hits and music of Roy Orbison today.

For more information please contact info@blackoutmusic.co.nz

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