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Pete Murray Announces Greatest Hits Album and Tour

The singer-songwriter is releasing his first ever ‘Best Of’ collection this year

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Pete Murray, one of Australia’s most consistent singer-songwriters, is going on a national tour to celebrate a special landmark.

Murray is releasing his first ever Best Of collection on May 17th, with the album available to pre-order from February 5th. It will feature 12 of Murray’s most popular singles from the past 20 years, and will be released on CD and limited edition purple vinyl.

Following the album’s release, he’ll hit the road throughout July and August, bringing his Greatest Hits to fans around the country.

Beginning in Melbourne on Saturday, July 8th, Murray will then visit Wollongong, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin and Perth, before finishing up in Adelaide on Saturday, August 5th (see full dates below).

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 10th at 9am AEDT, while Telstra Plus members can access the pre-sale on Tuesday, February 7th at 9am AEDT.

“What an ‘opportunity’ to hit the road on my Greatest Hits tour later this year!” Murray says. “This will be ‘so beautiful’ to play all the classics and there is going to be ‘better days’ ahead when this happens for sure… haha.

“But seriously, I’m so looking forward to sharing my career’s music with all of you around the world. It’s going to be really special.”

Over two stellar decades in music, Murray has released seven acclaimed albums, and remains one of only a few Australian artists to sell over 1.2 million albums. His music has also seen him receive 17 ARIA nominations throughout his career, including three nods for Best Male Artist.

Pete Murray 2023 Greatest Hits Tour

Presented by Blue Max Music, TEG Live, MJR & Triple M

Telstra Plus pre-sale begins Tuesday, February 7th (9am AEDT)
General tickets on sale Friday, February 10th (9am AEDT)

More information available via petemurray.com

Saturday, July 8th
The Forum, Melbourne, VIC

Thursday, July 13th
Anita’s Theatre, Wollongong, NSW

Friday, July 14th
Canberra Theatre, Canberra, ACT

Saturday, July 15th
Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, July 22nd
Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD

Thursday, July 27th
Darwin Ski Club, Darwin, NT

Saturday, July 29th
Astor Theatre, Perth, WA

Saturday, August 5th
AEC Theatre, Adelaide, SA