Iconic indie rock band Eskimo Joe heads to Perth next year for two performances with full backing by West Australian Symphony Orchestra in February and then hits Hobart to perform with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in May as part of their 21st birthday celebrations.
Iconicindie rock band Eskimo Joe heads to Perth next year for two performances with full backing by West Australian Symphony Orchestra in February and then hits Hobart with the full backing of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in Mayas part of their 21st birthday celebrations.
Over the past 21 years, Eskimo Joe has released music to great acclaim in the US, Canada, Europe and Korea. With six studio albums and sales exceeding 750,000 in Australia alone, the band has seen three of its albums debut at Number 1 on the ARIA charts and has racked up an impressive 35 ARIA nominations.
For the first time ever, Eskimo Joe reimagines massive hits with the WASO and TSO including “From the Sea”, “Black Fingernails, Red Wine”, “Foreign Land”.
Eskimo Joe member Stu Mcleod said of the band’s orchestral collaboration, “It represents a really amazing point in our career, taking a look back at the last 21 years and selecting our favourite songs to perform in a totally unique setting.”