WIRELESS takes a nostalgic look at the songs of unrequited love that flooded the radio (known affectionately as the “WIRELESS” in the 50’s an 60’s) and asks; ‘Did these songs affect the minds of the listeners?’
“Wireless’ focuses on ‘Joe Cantari’ a guy in his 50’s who up until now has never been able to ‘seal the deal’ when it comes to committing to a relationship.
Cabaret Award winner David G Gauci plays Joe Cantari, a cabaret singer, who finds himself on the couch of clinical psychologist ‘Dr Grossweiner’ of whom he asks “ You sure you weren’t given hell for your surname as a kid?’
Through anecdotes and the music of iconic performers such as The Carpenters, Shirley Bassey, Lesley Gore, Cher, Mary Hopkins, Carole King, Dionne Warwick and a host of 50’s and 60’s icons we soon learn how the psyche of a generation was influence by the music they listened to.
“WHEN I WAS YOUNG I LISTENED TO THE RADIO”
David will be accompanied by Emma Knights on the piano.