JOHN CORABI REVIEW
John corabi played at the crowbar last night to a sold out venue. He graced our shores by playing the entire 94 Motley Crue Album for the last time ever in Sydney and man I can guarantee it was not for the faint hearted. This was the moment fans had been waiting for, this is the album everyone finally got to see live.
The sisters dolls kicked off the show for John Corbai last night and they rocked. Their clothing gave a hint of a Motley Crue vibe and they could of come straight off the Hollywood strip from back in the glam days. The sister dolls played songs including Johnny, Strutt, Dollhouse, Good Day to be Alive and their new single Black Mirror and man did they kick was.
John walked out on stage with his band and sang the first song of the night "Power To The Music" and the crowd clapped and cheered, wanting more just as you thought the song was over John continued playing the next song "Uncle Jack". John Corabi then played his most popular song for the night "Hooligan's Holiday".
John corabi then stopped and spoke to his fans and said "Sydney, are you ready for this s***" the crowd screamed at the top of their lungs wanting more and the band continued to play "Misunderstood".
John Corabi continued the night with more of his hit songs, including "love shine" ,"poison apples", "Hammered" and "Til Death Do Us Part".
CHECK OUT JOHN'S SPEECH HERE:
John continued to play "Welcome to the Numb" followed by "Smoke The Sky". Next up was another great story, the fans were intrigued and it was great to get a snap shot of John's life. John then introduced the band to everyone in the band and everyone was excited to welcome these talented musicians to the stage.
WATCH THE INTRODUCTION HERE:
John belted out more great hits to "Droppin Like Flies" and "Drift Away" you could tell the crowd was enjoying every second and wanting more.
John Corabi and his band put on an amazing show and I would watch the show again in a heartbeat. If you get the chance I suggest you go and watch the 94 Motley Crue Album live, it is a once in a lifetime experience.