Trippin the Sixties
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Trippin the Sixties

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"Trippin in Melbourne"

This is the most amazing show ever stage in this theatre.
Stage manager. St Kilda National Theatre, Melbourne. - Stage Manager - St.Kilda National Theatre

"Trippin the 60's"

"This, just to thank you for a terrific show in our town.
Your entire take on the "Era" brought back so many memories of what I view a troubled and exultant---often heroic time, filled with optimism and compassion. You captured all that with your generous embrace, and both Sally and I were dazzled by
your great gifts, both musical and reflective. How the hell you're still at the peak of your powers has me completely snookered. I hope we'll see you back here again soon, and wish you so much gentle wind at your back.
Keep the faith!"

Van Dyke Parks - Van Dyke Parks

"Trippin review"

An amazing energetic show! It would be like John Lennon singing and telling the stories behind the Beatles songs. McGuire is a natural story teller and if the audience wasn't up dancing they were laughing in the isles”. Keystone Magazine - February 2008 - Keystone Magazine


Eve of Destruction
Green Green
Monday Monday
Dancing in the Streets
The Byrds - Turn Turn Turn
The Monkees
Last Train to Clarksville
I'm a Believer

Most songs available on artists websites.



Barry McGuire known for the classic Eve of Destruction. The Mamas and Papas were his original backing band. He has had several hits beside Eve of destruction, (Green Green and On Cloudy Summer Afternoon).

Barry was also the lead singer in the original Broadway production of Hair.

He recorded a new version of Eve of Destruction last year with Mick Fleetwood and Roger McGuin. For the last 12 months he has toured his "Trippin the Sixties" show around the world to packed venues.

The show is about Barry's friends from the sixties, and the music they created. He shares funny intimate stories about the days, the people and the songs from first hand experience.

With Barry on stage are John York from the Byrds and Peter Tork from the Monkees.

3 Classic iconic perfromers from the 60's performing the music they either wrote, helped create or were involved with.

He has just completed a sell out European Tour.