Vance Joy - Riptide / Saturday Sun / Missing Piece / Clarity
Featured • 14m
Recorded live on the Sydney Opera House’s stunning Forecourt, this set from ARIA award-winning musician Vance Joy sees the finger-pickin’ folk pop hero perform a selection of hits and recent releases. Get up close and personal with the local fave as he leans into the heartfelt indie anthems “Missing Piece” and “Clarity”, from his platinum-selling 2021 album In Our Own Sweet Time, the romantic classic “Saturday Sun”, and of course, his Hottest 100-topping smash “Riptide”. The performances were captured for Joy’s second official concert album, Live at Sydney Opera House.
This live performance was recorded for his second official concert album "Live at Sydney Opera House". Available now.
Live performance of Vance Joy
Performed by Vance Joy
Edwin White - Musical Director & Drums
Christopher Mulhall - Keys
Sam Boon - Saxophone
Jono Colliver - Bass
Kelly O'Donohue - Trumpet
Samuel Woodbury - BV’s & Acoustic Guitar
Vance Joy - Live at Sydney Opera House
Presented by Sydney Opera House
Recorded on the Forecourt
Saturday 19 November 2022
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