Jimmy Barnes rocked the Grand Final of the National League of Australia on Sunday with a set that featured his biggest hits.
The 66-year-old former rock star performed his best known songs such as “Good Times” and “Working Class Man.”
He also took on some of the competition’s most popular hits, such as “Lay Down Your Guns” and “No Second Prize.”
His daughter, Mahalia Barnes, also joined him on the last track.
Although some fans were impressed by his performance, others criticized him on social media.
Some people said they weren’t a huge fan of his songs, but he had an absolute vibe.
One of his fans said that he was initially not a huge Jimmy Barnes fan until he saw his performance at the memorial of music legend Gudinski.
However, after watching his performance, he became a huge fan.
Others criticized him on social media, saying that he was too old and that he should retire.
Fans questioned the lack of diversity in the opening of the night.
‘Not one coloured person on stage,’