INXS delivered its best at Sunday night’s concert at Horsham Town Hall. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERAustralian 1980s and 90s hits rocked Horsham Town Hall to its foundations when INXS hit town on Sunday night.
More than 680 people packed the hall to see one of Australia’s biggest musical exports deliver a floorboard-shaking set.
INXS dished up a never-ending smorgasbord featuring Need You Tonight, Suicide Blonde, Mystify, Original Sin, Beautiful Girl and Never Tear Us Apart.
Click on the picture below to see a gallery of photographs from the Horsham concert.
When the group did throw a new song into the mix, it was created from the same funk, dance and new wave foundations as its old hits.
Fronting the weatherbeaten rockers was new front man Ciaran Gribbin.
Replicating the electrifying stage presence of original front man Michael Hutchence is an intimidating task, but Gribbin was faultless.
The Northern Irishman’s soaring vocals and sultry looks had the female folk in a frenzy.
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