Colin Hay Tickets
Colin Hay - Working His Way Back to the Top
Known for fronting platinum-selling Aussie-rockers Men at Work, this critically-acclaimed star has enjoyed an Indian summer in his career recent years thanks to the patronage of TV actor Zach Braff. The Scrubs star regularly uses Hay's songs in his programmes, helping to boost the profile of this veteran performer among younger music fans.
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Colin Hay Biography - Scrubbing Up Well
Born in Scotland before emigrating to Australia in 1967 as a young teen, this singer-songwriter first rose to fame in the early '80s with Men At Work. The group experienced international success, scoring Number One albums in both the UK and USA and selling 30 million records worldwide. After they disbanded in 1986, Hay set about launching a solo career with the release of Looking for Jack. Gigging in small venues and recording low-key albums, he slowly re-established himself within the industry. His fortunes took a serious turn for the good in 2003, when he appeared in US medical sitcom Scrubs. Playing an acoustic version of 'My Overkill' onscreen, this was to be the first of several appearances on the show, cementing him into the minds of millions.
Taking a break from his solo career to reform his original band between 1996 and 2002, the ensemble played to an estimated audience of 2 billion viewers during the closing ceremony of the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. Having also toured with Ringo Starr's All Star Band in 2003 and 2008, gig-goers can rest assured that they are guaranteed to witness a seasoned performer. Check listings and availability for his upcoming tour on StubHub.
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