Giorgio Moroder announces Headline Shows – Oooh I Feel LOve



Frontier Touring is delighted to confirm that iconic production pioneer Giorgio Moroder has announced three headline shows this month in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland alongside his appearances as special guest for Kylie’s upcoming Kiss Me Once Australian tour.

An Academy Award-winning composer, superstar DJ, world-recognized songwriter and prolific producer, Giorgio Moroder is one of the most influential and innovative artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Having engineered the disco landscape of the seventies, Moroder brought electronic music to the mainstream with frequent collaborator Donna Summer and their anthemic hits ‘Love To Love You Baby’, ‘Hot Stuff’ and ‘I Feel Love’.

As well as his title as godfather of dance, Moroder has composed some of the most recognizable film scores in cinema history, including The Never Ending Story, American Gigolo, Cat People, Superman III, Scarface, Rambo III, and Beverly Hills Cop II as well as hit soundtrack singles ‘Take My Breath Away’ by Berlin (Top Gun), ‘Flashdance’ by Irene Cara and ‘Call Me’ by Blondie (American Gigolo).

His work for film has seen him win no less than three Academy Awards that sit proudly alongside his four Golden Globes, four Grammys and in 2004 was an inductee into the Dance Music Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution to the music industry.
As well as his own esteemed work as a solo artist Moroder has worked with a veritable who’s who of icons including Elton John, Cher, Janet Jackson, Freddy Mercury, David Bowie, Chaka Khan, Cheap Trick, and Pat Benatar. He recently worked alongside modern electronic maestros Afrojack, Hot Chip and Laidback Luke on the Donna Summer remix tribute album Love To Love You Donna (out now through The Verve Music, watch single ‘Love To Love You Baby’ feat. Chris Cox).

In 2013 Moroder contributed to Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories (out now through Columbia Records) with ‘Giorgio By Moroder’, that featured autobiographical lyrics from Moroder’s amid electro-beats and a swirling orchestra. The same year Moroder performed around the world as a DJ including appearances at Way Out West in Sweden, WIRE in Japan, Electric Picnic in Ireland, Electronic Beats in Vienna and at Sydney’s own VIVID Festival in 2014, where he was met with huge acclaim.

‘A night celebrating the music of dance pioneer Giorgio Moroder was as lavish, dynamic and sexually charged as disco itself.’

– ★★★★★ Five Stars The Guardian

In January Moroder announced his first solo studio album in over 30 years. 74 Is The New 24 is set for release later this year and features collaborations with Kylie, Britney Spears, Charli XCX, Matthew Koma, Mikky Ekko, Sia and more. The title track and first single,  ‘74 Is The New 24’, is an explosive piece of dance floor brilliance that not only evokes Moroder’s legacy of disco but hails him as one of the most important acts to watch in 2015. Climbing the Top 10 throughout Europe, second single ‘Right Here, Right Now’ features celestial vocals from Kylie herself and an inescapable hook.

Giorgio Moroder’s forthcoming Australian and New Zealand headline performances are a unique opportunity to witness one of modern music’s biggest influences in action. With a new collection of sure fire dance floor fillers as well as a jaw dropping back catalogue, these are set to be some the exciting shows of 2015. Don’t miss out.

For a complete list of Giorgio Mororder’s accomplishments, please refer to following pages &/or link:

MARCH 2015

Frontier Members pre-sale via

Wed 11 Mar (2pm AEDT/ NZDT) to Thu 12 Mar (2pm AEDT/ NZDT)
(or ends earlier if pre-sale allocation exhausted)

General public on sale from 10am local Australia/12pm NZDT, Friday 13 March

Wed 25 Mar        Melbourne | Trak Lounge Bar        (18+) | Ph: 136 100

Thu 26 Mar        Sydney | Metro Theatre            (18+) | Ph: 132 849

Fri 27 Mar        Auckland | The Studio            (18+)

    Ph: 0800 111 999 |

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For further MEDIA information contact your Mushroom Promotions rep or:

Melbourne 61 3 8687 1353 | Sydney  61 2 8356 1299 | | |

New Zealand: 64 9 849 7707 or | |



Discography (as Giorgio, Giorgio Moroder or producer)

2015 : Right Here, Right Now feat. Kylie Minogue
2014 : 74 Is The New 24
2014 : Giorgio’s Theme (Giorgio Moroder, Adult Swim Single)
2014 : Un’Estate Italiana (Nannini & Bennato, Giorgio Moroder Remix)
2014 : Midnight (Coldplay, Giorgio Moroder Remix)
2014 : Doo-Bee-Doo-Bee-Doo (VW Game Day Commercial: Wings)
2013 : Tony’s Theme (Scarface 30th Anniversary Remix)
2013 : Forever (Haim, Giorgio Moroder Remix)
2013 : Broken Promise Land (Claire, Giorgio Moroder Remix)
2013 : La Dolce Vita (Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder)
2013 : Love To Love You Baby (Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder feat. Chris Cox Remix)
2013 : Best of Electronic Disco
2013 : Schlagermoroder Volume 2
2013 : Schlagermoroder Volume 1
2013 : On The Groove Train Volume 2
2013 : On The Groove Train Volume 1
2013 : Racer (Google Chrome)
2013 : Giorgio by Moroder (Daft Punk)
2012 : Giorgio’s New Dancing Shoes
2008 : Forever Friends (Beijing 2008 Olympic Games song)
2005 : Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Flashback FM)
2001 : Grand Theft Auto III (Flashback FM)
1998 : Moroder and Moroder Art Show
1996/1981 : I’m A Rainbow (Donna Summer)
1992 : Carry On (Giorgio Moroder feat. Donna Summer)
1992 : Forever Dancing
1990 : To Be Number One
1986 : Flaunt It (Sigue Sigue Sputnik)
1985 : Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder
1985 : Innovisions
1983 : Solitary Men (Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito)
1981 : I’m a Rainbow (Donna Summer)
1980 : Terminal Jive (Sparks)
1980 : The Wanderer (Donna Summer)
1979 : Quiet Life (Japan)
1979 : No. 1 In Heaven (Sparks)
1979 : Bad Girls (Donna Summer)
1979 : E=MC²
1979 : Body Shine (Munich Machine)
1978 : A Whiter Shade of Pale (Munich Machine)
1978 : Love’s in You (Love’s in Me) / I Can’t Wait (Giorgio & Chris)
1977 : Once Upon A Time (Donna Summer)
1977 : I Remember Yesterday (Donna Summer)
1977 : From Here to Eternity
1977 : Let the Music Play / Oh, L’Amour
1976 : Four Seasons of Love (Donna Summer)
1976 : A Love Trilogy (Donna Summer)
1976 : I Wanna Funk with You Tonite / Oh, L’Amour
1976 : Knights In White Satin
1975 : Love To Love You Baby (Donna Summer)
1975 : Einzelgänger
1975 : Rock Me to My Soul / Dark and Deep and Inbetween (as Giorgio’s Common Cause)
1975 : Bricks and Mortar / It’s a Shame
1974 : Lady of the Night (Donna Summer)
1974 : Lie, Lie, Lie / Collico
1974 : Marrakesh / Nostalgie
1973 : Heaven Helps the Man (Who Helps Himself) / Sandy
1973 : Lonely Lovers’ Symphony / Crippled Words
1972 : Take It, Shake It, Break My Heart / Spanish Disaster
1972 : Today’s a Tomorrow / Pauline
1971 : Everybody Join Hands / London Traffic
1971 : Son of My Father / I’m Free Now
1971 : Underdog / Watch Your Step
1971 : Son of my Father
1970 : Arizona Man / Sally Don’t You Cry
1969 : Moody Trudy / Stop
1969 : Máh-Ná-Máh-Ná / Doo-Bee-Doo-Bee-Doo
1969 : Looky, Looky / Happy Birthday
1969 : That’s Bubblegum, That’s Giorgio
1968 : Cinnamon / Reesy-Beesy
1968 : Yummy, Yummy, Yummy / Make Me Your Baby
1967 : Lilly Belle / Love’s Morning Land
1966 : Bla Bla Diddley / How Much Longer Must I Wait (as Giorgio and the Morodians)
1966 : Stop / Believe in Me


2013 : Racer (Soundtrack to the Google Chrome Game)
2005 : Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Flashback FM)
2003 : Underwater Impressions (Leni Riefenstahl)
2001 : Grand Theft Auto III (Flashback FM)
1990 : The Never Ending Story II – The Next Chapter
1987 : Over the Top
1986 : Top Gun (the song Take My Breath Away with Berlin)
1984 : Metropolis by Fritz Lang (with the music of Giorgio Moroder)
1984 : Electric Dreams
1984 : The Never Ending Story and Theme from The Never Ending Story sung by Limahl
1983 : Superman III
1983 : Scarface by Brian De Palma with Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer
1983 : Flashdance by Adrian Lyne with Jennifer Beals, Michael Nouri
1982 : Cat People by Paul Schrader with Nastassja Kinski, Malcolm McDowell
1980 : American Gigolo by Paul Schrader with Richard Gere, Lauren Hutton
1980 : Foxes by Adrian Lyne with Laura Dern, Jodie Foster
1978 : Music From “Battlestar Galactica” And Other Original Compositions
1978 : Midnight Express by Alan Parker with Brad Davis, Randy Quaid

Songs for Recording Artists

Agnetha Fältskog (1968)
Edoardo Bennato
David Bowie
Irene Cara
Cheap Trick
Roger Daltrey
Elton John
Falco meets Brigitte Nielsen (Body Next to Body 1987)
France Gall
Uschi Glas
Sammy Hagar
Debbie Harry (Rush Rush 1983)
Janet Jackson
Madleen Kane
Chaka Khan
Kenny Loggins
Freddie Mercury (Love Kills, 1984)
Miami Sound Machine
Nina Hagen (Albums Angstlos and Fearless, 1984)
Gianna Nannini
Graham Nash
Olivia Newton-John
Mary Roos
Barbra Streisand
Donna Summer
Bonnie Tyler

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