Australian Singer Vance Joy to Play Rio’s Circo Voador this Saturday

As part of his world tour, the singer is visiting Brazil for two nights, stopping over at the Audio Club in São Paulo on Friday, October 5th, and then continuing on to Rio’s Circo Voador for this concert on Saturday, October 6th.

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – This Satuday, October 6th, Australian folk singer/songwriter Vance Joy will be performing at Circo Voador as part of the world tour in support of his second album, ‘Nation of Two.’

Vance Joy is the stage name for thirty-year-old James Gabriel Keogh (he claims that people found his real name hard to pronounce). The name Vance Joy is taken from ‘Bliss,’ the first novel by Australian writer Peter Carey. Before becoming a musician, Joy worked as a gardener and was a promising player in the sport of ‘Aussie Rules . . .

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