Air Supply performs at the Sydney Opera House, Graham Russell speaks to 7NEWS | 7NEWS

Air supply performs at the sydney opera house, graham russell speaks to 7news | 7news

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One of Australia’s original supergroups has played a one-off concert at the Sydney Opera House.

“Being back where we began, is something very special for us…we’ll always be an Australian band, we’re very proud of that”, Air Supply’s Graham Russell.

Air Supply Music performed many of their hits for the first time in 4 years. The band will play in Melbourne tonight, then Brisbane, Auckland and Perth.

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