INXS to headline brand new London festival

Australian rockers will play Southern Sounds

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INXS are set to headline the very first Southern Sounds festival, due to take place on London’s Clapham Common on June 11.

The brand new festival will celebrate music by bands from the southern hemisphere.

So far INXS are the only band on the bill to be revealed.

INXS is currently fronted by Canadian born singer J.D. Fortune, who secured his place in the band after winning the 2005 reality TV show Rock Star: INXS.

The Australian band’s former frontman Michael Hutchence died in 1997.

For more information on the festival, visit southernsoundsfestival.com

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