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Melissa Etheridge announces 2016 Australian tour

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The inimitable Melissa Etheridge has just announced her This Is M.E. Australian Tour to celebrate her 12th album and over 20 years at the top of her game.

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The Grammy and Academy Award winning singer-songwriter will be performing tracks her from latest album, ‘This Is M.E.’ – along with her hits ‘I Want To Come Over’, ‘Come To My Window’ and ‘I’m The Only One’ and more.

Etheridge is known not only as a powerful voice for the LGBTIQ community and human rights, but for her intimate and unforgettable stage shows. Melissa will take the stage and share stories of her incredible journey – from coming out to beating breast cancer – her show is sure to inspire audiences across Australia.


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Melissa Etheridge will be performing at Perth’s Riverside Theatre, Friday April 1st 2016. Tickets go on sale Thursday 29th October – available from Ticketek.com.au

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