Australian musician Paul Kelly is to play in Dunedin.
The 58-year-old singer-songwriter and guitarist will perform
a retrospective of his work at Knox Church next month.
The Melbourne-based musician has recorded 19 studio albums,
several film soundtracks and was inducted into the Australian
Recording Industry Association hall of fame in 1997.
Kelly's music is based on folk, rock and country influences.
He has also produced work ranging from bluegrass to dub
He has also collaborated with, and written songs for, many
other artists, including Nick Cave, Renee Geyer, Kate
Ceberano, Kasey Chambers and Missy Higgins.
He will be accompanied by his nephew, guitarist Dan Kelly.
Paul Kelly plays at Knox Church at 7pm on March 20. Tickets
(general admission $69.20) to the concert are available from