Strange Moment John Stevens makes an emotional rendition of INXS ‘Never Our Tire Hour’ outside the stands of Flexington Racecourse … but no one is there to see it
John Stevens performed emotionally except for the classic INXS song Never Hour Hour at the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday afternoon.
But due to the Covid-19 restrictions on mass gatherings, no one was in the crowd at the Flemington Racecourse to sing with him, resulting in a surreal performance whose shooting was pre-filmed.
Still, the 59-year-old rock singer put on an undeniably powerful show.
Pre-Race Entertainment: John Stevens made an emotional presentation of never tearing up a classic INXS song at the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday afternoon.
Jon and his band performed at the Grandstand, an area usually reserved for punters, with an eight-part string section and a solo saxophonist.
Despite not having an audience, New Zealand wowed people across the country with the release of her song – a favorite at weddings and public events.
Fans watching at home took to Twitter to praise his performance, with one writing: ‘John Stevens – always gets it right.’
Vacancy: Due to restrictions on the mass gathering of COVID-19, no one was crowded at the Flemington Racecourse to sing with it, resulting in a surreal performance.
Giving it all away: the 59-year-old rocker and his band still put on an undeniably powerful show
‘Bravo with John Stevens @ 10SportAU, Club Stand જતા leading to the 2020 Surreal Melbourne Cup @ Flemington VRC as well as the late Michael Huchens. Great choice, great presentation! ‘ Another said.
A third viewer wrote, ‘John Stevens looks really, really good,’ while a fourth said his performance ‘saved the whole day. Won by six lengths. ‘
The organizers of the global epidemic, the Melbourne Cup, had to be creative with pre-race entertainment.
Performing: Jon and his band performed at the Grandstand, usually reserved for punters in the field, an eight-part string section (pictured) and a solo saxophonist.
Iconic: A saxophonist was on the spot to do the famous solo except Tear US App
‘He saved all day!’ Fans watching at home to applaud the congratulations, including those who wrote, took to Twitter to praise the performance: ‘John Stevens – always feels right’
As part of the show, singer Pete Murray celebrated the 160-year journey of our biggest race by performing My Place Find My from Byron Bay.
Masked Singer winner and Neighbors star Bonnie Anderson also sang the Australian Australian national anthem live from Flemington.
Delta Goodrem rightly named it the latest track, Solid Gold, at 4 p.m.
Singing to her heart’s content: The Singer Singer winner and Neighbors Stars Bonnie Anderson also performed the Australian Australian National Anthem live from Flemington.