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Celebrating the classic rock & soul of THE SEVENTIES with songs from

? Van Morrison ? Stevie Wonder ? Steely Dan ? Boz Scaggs

? Marvin Gaye ? Bill Withers ? Lynrd Skynrd & more



Barry Leef’s


“Doobies Eagles & West Coast Rock Show” continues to go from strength to strength,

performing to great crowds at major concert venues and festivals throughout the country.


Due to the DEWCR shows success there has been an incredible demand for more of the best songs from this era, so Barry has put together a NEW presentation called My Songbook, MORE amazing songs which feature two of the BEST GUITAR PLAYERS in the country.



My Songbook

“songs that mean something to me”

Featuring THE BARRY LEEF BAND with  Guitar Heroes



The artists and their songs featured in this new show

have all become staples of classic rock radio over the past 25 years.

Musically diverse, sophisticated, danceable and loved universally by adult music fans.



Barry Leef - (Barry Leef Band, Bakery, Supermarket) – vocals / guitar

Kimi Tupaea - vocals & drums Garry Steel -  keyboards         Teri Lee – percussion / vocals

Victor Rounds - (Renee Geyer, Marcia Hines, James Morrison, Tina Arena, everyone) – bass / vocals

Peter Northcote - (Richard Clapton, Dragon, Darryl Braithwaite, Rick Price, Margaret Urlich)  - guitars

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This show is all about the best of Barry’s songbook

and his interpretation of these songs:


Drift Away - Dobie Gray

Long Train Runnin – Doobie Bros

Reelin’ In The Years – Steely Dan

Life In The Fast Lane – Eagles

Lowdown – Boz Scaggs

River of Tears – Eric Clapton

Listen To The Music – Doobie Bros

Black Friday – Steely Dan

Nature Boy – George Benson

Dear Mr Fantasy – Traffic

Help The Poor – B B King

Love Will Keep Us Alive – Eagles

I’m A Man – Spencer Davis Group

Rocky Mountain Way – Joe Walsh

While My Guitar Gently Weeps – George Harrison

Don’t Let Me Down – John Lennon

How Long – Paul Carrack

Rev It Up – Jerry Harrison

China Grove – Doobie Bros

………..and more