A Night with Vika and Linda Bull

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Thursday 4th of April 2024 - Thursday 4th of April 2024

Vika and Linda have enjoyed a remarkable musical journey, singing together their whole lives: in church with their mother; as iconic members of The Black Sorrows; on number-one albums by Paul Kelly, Kasey Chambers and John Farnham; and on their own seven studio albums traversing rock, country, gospel, reggae, R&B, soul and blues, as well as their rich Tongan heritage... read more.

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Vika and Linda have enjoyed a remarkable musical journey, singing together their whole lives: in church with their mother; as iconic members of The Black Sorrows; on number-one albums by Paul Kelly, Kasey Chambers and John Farnham; and on their own seven studio albums traversing rock, country, gospel, reggae, R&B, soul and blues, as well as their rich Tongan heritage.

They’ve played gigs for Nelson Mandela and the king of Tonga, as well as 100,000 fans at the AFL Grand Final; been nominated for five ARIA Awards; were inducted into the Music Victoria Hall of Fame in 2019; and received the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 2022.

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