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TULLO

 

Acoustic guitarist/Vocalist

 

Dave ‘Tullo’ Tullipan’s story is a rich musical journey across decades, genres, and continents. As he describes it, “I’ve played from KL to Colorado and covered everyone from Dylan to the Foo Fighters.

 

A solo performer who honed his craft in the 80’s doing Brisbane’s  ‘Pub & Club’ circuit, Tullo has created an extensive and wide ranging repertoire of memorable hits fro the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s & 00’s.

 

 

“It’s all about the audience”, says Tullo, “Sometimes they want simple, easy listening acoustic ballads, while others it’s the full blown band sound playing classic rock.”

 

Tullo switches comfortably during his show from pure acoustic guitar and vocals to richly orchestrated numbers using the latest in professional digital audio backing tracks.

 

“Using electronic backing is always a musical compromise but the audience these days expects renditions that sound like the originals and it delivers the venues value for money.”

 

Whether you want to tap your toes and chat or get up and dance – Tullo has something in his bag for all occasions.

 

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Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers

And it Stoned Me – Van Morrison

Behind Blue Eyes – The Who

Better Be Home Soon – Crowded House

Black Bird – The Beatles

Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison

Classical Gas – Mason Williams

Everybody Hurts – REM

Every Rose has its Thorn – Poison

Good Riddance – Green Day

Heard it Through the Grapevine – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Horse with no Name – America

Imagine – John Lennon

Is She Really Going out with Him – Joe Jackson

Khe San – Cold Chisel

Most People I Know – Billy Thorpe

Only Nineteen –Redgum

Peaceful Easy Feeling – The Eagles

Reckless – Australian Crawl

Rocket Man – Elton John

Romeo & Juliet – Dire Straits

Save Tonight – America

Tears in Heaven – Eric Clapton

Under The Bridge – Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Walk on the Wild Side – Lou Reed

Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd

You’ve Got a Friend – James Taylor