Eddie Storm, a well-known entertainer, is preparing to perform the final show of his illustrious 70-year career at Peel Thunder's Lane Group Stadium in Mandurah. The 90-year-old will perform a variety of music from the 60s and 70s along with long-term friends and colleagues Kelly Green, Brenton Fosdike and Wayne Pride. Special guest George Boyer will join them on the piano.
Mr. Storm started his career in England with the Ted Coleman Orchestra, where he worked with famous entertainers such as Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk, and Stan Stennett of the Black and White Minstrel Show. He later migrated to Perth, where he joined the Australian Forces Overseas Fund, entertaining Australian and US troops during two tours of Vietnam.
After retiring from the military, he continued working as a cabaret artist in Western Australia before moving to Melbourne, where he won the Australian talent show New Faces singing The Impossible Dream. In 2016, he received the Order of Australia for his contributions to the performing arts.
Mr. Storm's performance at the Lane Group Stadium in Mandurah promises to be a treat for the audience, with covers of artists and songs from Sir Thomas Jones, Elvis Presley, Frankie Laine Roy Orbison and Neil Diamond.
Although he has dedicated his recent years to entertaining seniors and the aged care community, he is excited to be performing for his fans for the last time. For those interested in attending his show, they can visit the Lane Group Stadium or call Vee Storm on 0401 832 195 to purchase tickets. Door sales will not be available on the day of the show.