Elvis Wall of Fame: Joe Camilleri

In 2020, the Festival is proud to induct not only a pioneer, but a continuing force in the music industry to this day: Joe Camilleri. With a success career spanning more than 50 years, Joe continues to tour and play live dates with The Black Sorrows.

Join us as recognise the achievements of Joe Camilleri. Join Joe Camilleri himself, Mayor Ken Keith OAM and friends as we pay tribute to this legend in the Australian Music Industry.

Kelly Reserve

  • Wednesday, 8th Jan 02:00pm (1 Hour)

Joe Camilleri

Joe Camilleri began his music career in 1964 singing with The Drollies. He played blues and R&B in the mid-1960s was a member of various bands including The Pelaco Brothers during 1974–1975. Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons formed in 1975 and Camilleri gained national prominence as the group's lead singer, co-songwriter and saxophonist. Camilleri was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in 2007. The Black Sorrows continue to tour and play live dates.


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