After Stevo so kindly triggered my discharge from Riverside, I settled in happily with a foster family and went back to school. I told no one about my summer, but I played And She Was nonstop.
Roadtrip, folks. Pub gig. We're getting ready for a show at The Commercial Hotel, Terang, in south-west Victoria on Saturday night, 5 March.
Stella slips into half light/silently, beckoning/her twin fussing/on my chest, first, as always
If I wasn’t listening to the cassettes via my Walkman, then I was insisting we play them in the car. I didn’t know much about Elvis at this point. I hadn’t seen any of his iconic moves until a kid impersonated him during a segment of Red Faces on Hey Hey It’s Saturday. I figured if that kid could do it, then so could I.
Well, we got there, folks. Amidst a myriad of uncertainties, such are the times we live in, we performed at MEMO Music Hall, St Kilda, on Sunday afternoon. 9 January.
We're delighted to announce that, thanks to MEMO Music Hall's publicist, we are featured in The Age today, in a piece promoting our gig this Sunday afternoon, 9 January.
Our attention is firmly focused on a show we're putting on at MEMO Music Hall, St Kilda, on Sunday afternoon 9 January. Hope to see you there.
Reading Cohen on Christmas morning/Poems of love and loss and yearning
It was still plaintive and summery. It was by another St Kilda institution. A guy I first saw play at Deakin in the early 1980s. I tracked it down to a new double album of Christmas songs.
Steve and I are driving from Kempsey to Crescent Head in 1972 at about 9pm and the local DJ at 2KM puts on the Hollies’ Long Cool Woman (in a black dress) and apparently goes outside for a smoke as the vinyl single hits a snag and repeats and repeats … and right in front of me the Disciples of Soul …