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Renee Geyer. Saw her live in Australia & NZ

Renee Geyer. Saw her live in Australia & NZ

▶ Cold Chisel - "Knockin On Heavens Door" - Live at the Manly Vale Hotel 1980 - Cold Chisel is a rock band that originated in Adelaide, Australia. It had chart success from the late '70s up until their most recent album releases since 2011, with nine albums making the Australian top ten. Its success and acclaim was almost completely restricted to Australia and New Zealand.

▶ Cold Chisel - "Knockin On Heavens Door" - Live at the Manly Vale Hotel 1980 - Cold Chisel is a rock band that originated in Adelaide, Australia. It had chart success from the late '70s up until their most recent album releases since 2011, with nine albums making the Australian top ten. Its success and acclaim was almost completely restricted to Australia and New Zealand.

▶ The Loved Ones - " Blueberry Hill" (Released in Australia in 1966 reaching #12 Sydney #19 Melbourne #11 Perth) -- The Loved Ones were an Australian rock band formed in 1965 in Melbourne following the British Invasion. The line-up of Gavin Anderson on drums, Ian Clyne on organ and piano, Gerry Humphrys on vocals and harmonica, Rob Lovett on guitar, and Kim Lynch on bass guitar recorded their early hits. The Loved Ones renowned as an exciting, if erratic, live act in a Stones/Animals mould.

▶ The Loved Ones - " Blueberry Hill" (Released in Australia in 1966 reaching #12 Sydney #19 Melbourne #11 Perth) -- The Loved Ones were an Australian rock band formed in 1965 in Melbourne following the British Invasion. The line-up of Gavin Anderson on drums, Ian Clyne on organ and piano, Gerry Humphrys on vocals and harmonica, Rob Lovett on guitar, and Kim Lynch on bass guitar recorded their early hits. The Loved Ones renowned as an exciting, if erratic, live act in a Stones/Animals mould.

The Bee Gees (L to R: Robin, Barry, and Maurice) at home in Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia, ca. late 1950's [316 × 421] - Imgur

Hitler in front of "Church of our Lady" in Nuremberg, Sept. 1934

The Bee Gees (L to R: Robin, Barry, and Maurice) at home in Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia, ca. late 1950's [316 × 421] - Imgur

Crowded House "Something So Strong" I know they are kiwi's but Australia adopted them

Crowded House "Something So Strong" I know they are kiwi's but Australia adopted them

▶ The Masters Apprentices - 5.10 Man - [Live 1969] The Masters Apprentices (or The Masters to fans) were an Australian rock band fronted by mainstay Jim Keays on lead vocals, which formed in 1965 in Adelaide, South Australia, relocated to Melbourne in February 1967 and attempted to break into the United Kingdom market from 1970, before disbanding in 1972.

▶ The Masters Apprentices - 5.10 Man - [Live 1969] The Masters Apprentices (or The Masters to fans) were an Australian rock band fronted by mainstay Jim Keays on lead vocals, which formed in 1965 in Adelaide, South Australia, relocated to Melbourne in February 1967 and attempted to break into the United Kingdom market from 1970, before disbanding in 1972.

▶ Cold Chisel - Choir Girl (1979) - Cold Chisel is a rock band that originated in Adelaide, Australia. It had chart success from the late 70s up until their most recent album releases since 2011, with nine albums making the Australian top ten. Its success and acclaim was almost completely restricted to Australia and New Zealand.

▶ Cold Chisel - Choir Girl (1979) - Cold Chisel is a rock band that originated in Adelaide, Australia. It had chart success from the late 70s up until their most recent album releases since 2011, with nine albums making the Australian top ten. Its success and acclaim was almost completely restricted to Australia and New Zealand.

Sia - no one on this earth sings as beautifully as she does.

Sia - no one on this earth sings as beautifully as she does.

1967: Australia's No. 1 pop singer Normie Rowe in concert at Festival Hall, Melbourne. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

1967: Australia's No. 1 pop singer Normie Rowe in concert at Festival Hall, Melbourne. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

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