L-R Kaylee Taylor, Melanie O'Keefe and Jess Welsh at the Red Hot Summer Tour.
L-R Kaylee Taylor, Melanie O'Keefe and Jess Welsh at the Red Hot Summer Tour. Liam Fahey

Thousands turn out for Red Hot concert

THOUSANDS of Central Queenslander's turned up to The Common on Saturday night excited to sing along to Australia's unofficial anthem's; You're the Voice and Horses.

Aussie music fans were able to enjoy much loved songs from popular bands and musicians like Thirsty Merc. Vanessa Amorosi, Darryl Braithwaite, Dragon and John Farnahm.

One attendee said the crowd went wild when Brathwaite played 'Horses'.

The song was such a hit, the large crowd asked John Farnham to play it too.

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Thirsty dams rising after heavy weekend falls

premium_icon Thirsty dams rising after heavy weekend falls

The rain clears but the rivers are expected to flow.

COURT: 96 people facing Rockhampton Magistrates Court today

premium_icon COURT: 96 people facing Rockhampton Magistrates Court today

See the full list of people appearing in Rockhampton Magistrates Court today.

Free group fitness camps return to Rocky

premium_icon Free group fitness camps return to Rocky

‘We wanted to give everybody the opportunity to exercise by eliminating costs and...