INXS Stoush Settled
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The NSW Supreme Court judge earlier urged the two parties to go into mediation. The outcome remains confidential.
Odd Couple sued for at least $7.5 million for its share of royalties from the band’s CD, tour and merchandise.
INXS’s return to Australia was a success, with 70,000 tickets sold, promoter Andrew McManus said. In Perth, 5,000 tickets went in 27 minutes, the fastest-selling show at Challenger Stadium.
The Brisbane show marked singer JD Fortune’s 33rd birthday. The band got the crowd to sing happy birthday, and JD sat on a giant cake to put out the candles. A roadie had to put him out with a hose.
Guitarist Tim Farriss tore a knee ligament during the Canberra show, and was in considerable pain during the next few shows.
– Bryan Jones