Saturday 24th January 2009 was an exciting night for John Williamson and his many fans. He and partner Meg Doyle made quite a picture as they arrived at the Tamworth Regional Entertainment & Convention Centre for the Golden Guitar presentations. Later that evening John, Warren H. Williams and Amos Morris performed their award-winning bush ballad ‘Australia Is Another Word For Free’, which was followed by John’s wonderful rendition of ‘Hillbilly Road’, a song he originally wrote for Meg in celebration of her birthday. John also had the great pleasure of introducing the Smoky Dawson tribute, a real highlight of the night. For this veteran of many Golden Guitar nights, the 2009 event was a particularly moving experience.
- Fri 08th Oct 2021–Thu 03rd Feb 2022 8pm
Friday 10th September Palais Theatre, Melbourne POSTPONED. NEW DATE FRIDAY 28TH JANUARY 2022
Saturday 18th September State Theatre, Sydney POSTPONED. NEW DATE THURSDAY 3RD FEBRUARY 2022
Tuesday 5th October Perth Concert Hall, Perth POSTPONED. NEW DATE SATURDAY 29TH JANUARY 2022
Friday 8th October Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide POSTPONED. SEE NEW DATE THURSDAY 5TH MAY 2022
Friday 15th October 2021 QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane
FOR POSTPONED CONCERTS PLEASE HOLD ONTO YOUR TICKETS AS THEY ARE VALID FOR THE NEW DATE.
True Blue Causes
Many of John Williamson's fans will be aware of the causes he has supported over his long career. He promotes these during his public appearances on stage, radio, television and in the press. John has always been careful to place his patronage on those organisations which reflect his own views, particularly of Australia, its people and its bush heritage together with its flora and fauna.
He has supported a number of the organisations listed for a period stretching back well over 20 years. If you would like to take an interest in any of the causes he recommends, please check the websites for further information.