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Stories

1971 – Sweet Sweet Love

1971 – Sweet Sweet Love – Russell Morris   After the shock waves of the mighty ‘The Real Thing’ had abated Morris’s follow up singles

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1965 Flashback – The Carnival Is Over

It’s hard to overemphasize just how big The Seekers were, how they eclipsed by some distance the achievements of any other Australian band in Australia and the UK with the exception of INXS. Eight top ten singles in Australia, Seven in the UK including two number ones, this at a time when pop was at its most fertile and competitive.

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Stories

Australian Guitar Stories

The Saints donated a guitar to The Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. Private collectors pay a large amount of money for any instrument which has survived

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NUKES AND AUSTRALIAN MUSIC

  NUKES AND AUSTRALIAN MUSIC Australian music and politics have been intertwined since Vietnam and its aftermath. Khe Sanh is sometimes called the alternative Australian

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Palace Theatre Melbourne Secrets

Palace Theatre Melbourne Secrets The Palace Theatre on Bourke Street, Melbourne – slated for demolition –  has had many names. It also has secrets. A  tunnel

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Interviews

Little Pattie and Chrissy Amphlett

  Little Pattie and Chrissy Amphlett  Jenny Valentish talks exclusively to ARIA Hall of Fame inductee – Patricia Amphlett, Chrissy’s cousin. In the glamorous surrounds

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The Chrissy Amphlett Dogs

  The Chrissy Amphlett Dogs Chrissy Amphlett loved dogs and bred them. At Amphlett Lane in Melbourne, a black Pekingese called Holiday (named after Billie

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Interviews

Midnight Oil Exhibition

Midnight Oil Exhibition Midnight Oil went on the road in 2015 in the form of a travelling exhibition visiting Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, Canberra, Riverina, Southern Queensland,

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Legendary Australian Venues

  Legendary Australian Venues The campaigns around Australia, saving Australian music venues from demolition are part of an ongoing mission to preserve ‘living museum spaces’

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