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The Robertson Brothers’ newest show leaves Ray Hadley stunned

The Robertson Brothers are no strangers to The Ray Hadley Morning Show, having provided parody songs for the best part of two decades.

But Ben and Geoff are so much more than the hilarious political take-offs.

They’re about to hit the road on a national tour, with their latest show, The Robertson Brothers 1960s Variety TV Show.

Along with special guest Simon Brook McLachlan, the boys will play hits from The Everly Brothers, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, The Bee Gees, The Hollies and many more.

They join Ray in the studio for a chat about how the parodies first began and what their new show entails.

Ray was left stunned by their sneak preview performance, saying Simon sounds more like Frankie Valli than Frankie Valli does.

Click PLAY below to hear the full interview and a snippet of their performance


Due to copyright laws, the full songs cannot be podcast

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