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By DAVID SCHOUT

ONE of the best Pink cover artists is coming to town on August 9 for an exciting show at the Dandenong Workers Social Club.

If you can’t get to any of the real Pink’s record 18 Rod Laver Arena shows in Melbourne, this could be the next best thing.

US-born singer and stage entertainer Collin Mackenzie Poole demonstrates her powerhouse vocals and musical theatre
background in the tribute show P!nk – The Funhouse Experience. 

Songs including Funhouse, Raise Your Glass and Get The Party Started as well as recent hit singles Blow Me (One Last Kiss) and Try will be rolled out in two energy-filled 50-minute sets.

The evening’s entertainment includes a strong lineup of backing vocalists and talented musicians taking the stage.

The concert, for one night only, is a fitting tribute to one of the biggest pop icons of the 21st century. 

P!nk – The Funhouse Experience is
at Dandenong Workers Social Club, 48 Wedge Street, Dandenong, 9pm on
Friday, August 9. Tickets $20 for members, $25 for non-members. Book on
9792 5064. 

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