Craig David‘s recent Australian tour has highlighted the dangers of coasting along on an album that’s 13 years old. This coming March, the British R&B identity will be returning Down Under for a run of 3 east coast shows entitled…ahem…the Still Born To Do It tour.
Well, that was what the tour was titled until about midday yesterday when the powers-that-be must have realised having “still born” in any heading is a bad op. Craig David will now be touring Australia under the banner of the much-similar Craig David World Tour. But we know what we saw – check the screen grab below. (Update: at the time of writing, the Sydney venue is still listing the tour under the poorly chosen previous name)
It was more than 10 years ago that David last performed his highly decorated music on our shores, so many of that sold-out crowd are sure to return. David’s career is peppered with international smash hits, including the tracks off his debut full-length, Born To Do It, which blew minds the world over in 2000. The release has sold squillions of copies since then.
Tickets to see the British crooner are now on sale.
Wednesday, 27th March
Gold Coast Convention Centre
Thursday, 28th March
Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre, Sydney Olympic Park
Saturday, 30th March
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Plenary