Feeling Superstitious: Ron S Peno brings his crack band back to Sydney
Take the tip and don't miss Ron S Peno and The Superstitions when they play their first Sydney show since 2017 at Marrickville Bowliing Club on Saturfday, November 12. Tickets for the show, presented by The I-94 Bar, went on sale this mormnig here and are moving very quickly.
Supports are Fabels, Nothing But Dust (featuring Died Pretty bassist Steve Clark) and MD Horne. For health resons, Ron and The Superstitions will play early at 915pm, and the night will be closed by MD Horne.
Ron S. Peno & The Superstitions are fronted by one of Australia’s greatest and most charismatic performers, Ron S. Peno, whose voice is as instantly recognisable as it is arresting.
Ron came to prominence as lead singer and principal co-composer with Died Pretty in the 1980s and 1990s. With Died Pretty, he achieved Top 30 success with multiple albums, received numerous ARIA nominations, made many Big Day Out appearances and enjoyed years of Triple J support, as well as great national and international critical acclaim.
Ron and The Superstitions' first and third albums, "Future Universe" (2011) and "Guiding Light" (2017), were both long-listed for the Australian Music Prize, and they have toured through Spain, Italy and France.
Their latest and fourth album, "Do The Understanding", from 2021, is a triumphant return for Ron and the band and the most sophisticated Superstitions album to date.
Renowned for their grandly uplifting songcraft and ecstatic live performances, The Superstitions cast an intoxicating rock ‘n’ roll spell around their magnetic frontman. Ron S. Peno and The Superstitions are a band who permanently exist at the height of rock artistry and, miraculously, are only getting better.