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Pub rock legend Barnesy is coming back to Tweed tonight

THE legend of Australian pub rock is coming back to Tweed Heads tonight.

Jimmy Barnes will perform at Twin Towns Services Club tonight.

It's not the first visit to the venue for the former Cold Chisel frontman.

"Every time I go to Twin Towns I have the best time," Barnes said.

"The audiences are warm and wild which adds to the holiday mood that is the Gold Coast.

"Twin Towns is the first gig for my summer touring and I can't wait to get on the road up there and rock out."

His career as both a solo performer and as the lead vocalist with the legendary Cold Chisel has made Jimmy Barnes one of the most popular and best-selling Australian music artists of all time.

Jimmy Barnes is a bit of everything for everyone.

But to his army of fans, he will always be a rock singer and his latest album Rage And Ruin is a testament that he still has that rock-and-roll spirit.

Barnes will hit the stage at 9pm (8pm Qld) and tickets are $65.

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