Let the good times roll as the annual Apia Good Times Tour returns for its fifth season this May to June, bringing along a monster bill of Australian music legends who will lead the sing-alongs across the country. The Black Sorrows with Vika and Linda Bull, Colin Hay of Men at Work, Mental As Anything and Deborah Conway will all join forces to rock houses down in Darwin, Adelaide, Perth, Bunbury, Melbourne, Bendigo, Geelong, Newcastle, Toowoomba, Brisbane, Tweed Heads, Sydney, Thirroul, Canberra, Launceston and Hobart. The Black Sorrows are one of Australia’s most hard-working bands, winding up over 150 shows in the past 6 months alone to celebrate the release of their critically acclaimed 20th album, ‘Faithful Satellite’ featuring Fix My Bail and the latest single, ‘Raise Your Hands’ with Vika and Linda. Their live performances validate their reputation as a dynamic live act each time they hit the stage. Their musicianship appeals to music fans everywhere and at their helm, Joe Camilleri, steers the band through an interplay of solid grooves mixing blues, soul, R&B and gospel, with flashes of country and Brill Building pop. Integral parts of The Black Sorrows, however, are the glorious voices of Vika and Linda Bull. These distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged voices have been resonating in the Australian music landscape for 30 years now.