Good Company Entertainment present ‘The Joe Cocker Experience’ fronted by Ipswich local Chev Wilson.

A not to be missed performance of the biggest hits of the man who is still recognized as the most iconic cover singer of all time. Once you hear a song recreated by Cocker, it was his way forever remembered.

Experience a feel-good night journeying through the catalogue of originals and rebirthed covers with a 10 piece powerhouse band that is the life’s work of the enigmatic and ever missed Mad Dog of rock soul Joe Cocker.

Wilson’s whiskey infused timbre and uncanny natural likeness to a young Joe breathe new life into iconic hits “Leave Your Hat On, You Are So Beautiful, Up Where We Belong, Hitchcock Railway, Delta Lady, Unchain My Heart, The Letter, With a Little Help from My Friends and many more.”

Following a hat-trick of shows at HOTA, The Star and Twin Towns, The Joe Cocker Experience is coming to Logan Entertainment Centre on Saturday April 15th, 7:30pm. The show is two hours and 20 min duration, including a 20 min intermission.

Perhaps Paul McCartney said it best when he noted: “He was a lovely northern lad who I loved a lot and, like many people, I loved his singing. I was especially pleased when he decided to cover ‘With a Little Help from My Friends’ and I remember him and (producer) Denny Cordell coming round to the studio in Saville Row (central London) and playing me what they’d recorded and it was just mind-blowing, totally turned the song into a soul anthem and I was forever grateful to him for doing that.”


When asked who was the greatest singer of his generation, Bob Dylan replied: “The greatest singer of my generation? Oh, Joe Cocker, I suppose!”

This one night only show is not to be missed and tickets are already selling fast.

Book now:

Adult: $49.00
Concession: $39.00
Child: $29.00

Date: Saturday 15th April 2023
Doors Open: 7:00 pm Show starts: 7:30 pm
Duration: 2 hours + 20 min intermission
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