Dusty springs into Rockhampton

Amanda Hock stars.

Central Queensland’s own Amanda Hock stars in a tribute to Dusty Springfield at Morning Melodies on 15 May, at Pilbeam Theatre.

Dusty Springfield was one of the most successful British female pop singers of the 1960s.

Amanda stunned audiences with her portrayal of the singer in Rockhampton Regional Council’s musical Dusty in 2012, and now she performs her own show featuring the hits that made Dusty Springfield a household name, along with fascinating insights into the pop diva’s life.

Morning Melodies is presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. The free morning tea is supplied by Brumby’s Allenstown, Gracemere, Parkhurst, show starts at 11am.

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