Mark Seymour • The Undertow

Lively in Melbourne

Sat
8 Jun
The Corner Hotel

Event Description

Mark Seymour & The Undertow

**THIS SHOW IS STRICTLY 18+

PLAYING TIMES:** 
MARK SEYMOUR & THE UNDERTOW 9.30PM 'TIL 11PM+
ANDY MARTIN 8.30PM

Mark Seymour formed Hunters and Collectors in 1980, with a bunch of Uni friends.  The band became famous for its rhythmic power and very quickly became touted as the “next big thing”.  The Album “Human Frailty“ was recorded in Melbourne in 1985. 

This record has proven to be one of the most important and enduring records of the eighties and Hunters and Collectors were still playing a large part of this cut in 1998 when they retired.  With “Human Frailty“ Mark discovered, love, loss, and pop melody.  His solo records are directly connected to this era and bear the same stamp of raw honesty and emotional power.

As a solo artist, Mark continues to search for the emotional truth in a song. His strength as a performer remains undiminished despite the ever-present shadow of the band he used to be in. 

As well as 13 Hunters & Collectors albums, Mark has released seven solo albums and three with his current band, The Undertow.  Throughout it all, he has shown he is one of our finest songwriters, capturing our stories of love, loss, human courage and achievement.

Mark is currently putting the finishing touches to his new album “The Boxer” which will be released in the first quarter of 2024.

Corner strives to create a safe space that everyone can enjoy.
Crowd surfing & dangerous behaviour will result in removal from the venue.
Full conditions of entry. | Accessibility Info 

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