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Legendary Australian guitarist, singer, songwriter Ian Moss and country music superstar Troy Cassar-Daley were originally due to tour Australia together from October through December 2021, however the pandemic had other ideas.  With the ongoing disruptions and the evolving COVID-19 restrictions and border closures, they announced that their Together Alone Tour has been rescheduled until 2022, with all tickets currently issued being valid for the new dates.

In addition to the dates already announced, Mossy and Troy have included 14 additional shows to the tour which will now also visit Albury, Bathurst, Bendigo, Cairns, Hobart, Mackay, Maryborough, Orange, Redlands, Rockhampton, Springwood, Tamworth, Wagga Wagga and Wyong.

The Together Alone Tour will be the first time these two powerhouse guitarists and vocalists have joined forces to tour together and shared a stage in such an intimate setting as they take the audience on a musical journey across their respective careers.

Opening at selected shows will be Gretta Ziller, a rock, pop and blues-influenced artist who released her sophomore album in September 2021, and Melody Moko, a singer-songwriter, who has taken her music to the world since the release of her debut album The Wreckage in 2020.

Australian Musician editor Greg Phillips caught up with both Ian Moss and Troy Cassar Daley to chat about the upcoming ‘TOGETHER ALONE’  tour, writing together, their gear and more.


Tour tickets on sale now from and

Thursday, 3 March – West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul VIC #

Friday, 4 March – Theatre Royal, Hobart TAS #

Friday, 11 March – The Arthouse, Wyong NSW *

Saturday, 12 March – Anita’s Theatre, Wollongong NSW *

Friday, 18 March – Redland Performing Arts Centre, Redlands QLD *

Saturday, 19 March – Brolga Theatre, Maryborough QLD *

Friday, 1 April – Blue Mountains Theatre, Springwood NSW *

Saturday, 2 April – Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, Bathurst NSW *

Sunday, 3 April – Orange Civic Theatre, Orange NSW *

Friday, 8 April – Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton QLD *

Saturday, 9 April – Mackay Entertainment Centre, Mackay QLD *

Sunday, 10 April – Cairns Performing Arts Centre, Cairns QLD *

Thursday 5 May – Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre, Wagga Wagga NSW #

Friday, 6 May – Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury NSW #

Saturday, 7 May – Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo VIC #

Friday, 20 May – Palms At Crown, Melbourne VIC #

Saturday, 21 May – Palms At Crown, Melbourne VIC #

Friday, 15 July – Empire Theatre, Toowoomba QLD *

Saturday, 16 July – Twin Towns, Tweed Heads NSW *

Sunday, 17 July – Twin Towns, Tweed Heads NSW *

Wednesday, 20 July – Queens Park, Geraldton WA #

Friday, 22 July – The Astor, Perth WA #

Saturday, 23 July – The Gov, Adelaide SA #

Friday, 5 August – Caloundra Events Centre, Caloundra QLD *

Saturday, 6 August – The Tivoli, Brisbane QLD *

Thursday, 11 August – Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle NSW *

Friday, 12 August – Penrith Panthers, Penrith NSW *

Saturday, 13 August – Tamworth Town Hall, Tamworth NSW *

Friday, 7 October – Darwin Entertainment Centre Playhouse, Darwin NT *

Saturday, 8 October – Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs NT *

# with Gretta Ziller | * with Melody Moko |

Follow Ian on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram : @ianmossmusic

Follow Troy on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram : @troycassardaley

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