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Lamb Performances in Sydney

Lamb, featuring music by Mark Seymour, is visiting Sydney soon. From ArtsHub: NSW: Critically acclaimed play Lamb by award winning playwright Jane Bodie is coming to The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre from 12-13 March. Featuring original music by Mark Seymour (Hunters & Collectors), this production captures 40 years on an Australian sheep farm. It’s more »

Singlet – A Short Story

Lorinda Cramer over at The Conversation has a brief review of the Australian history of the singlet – featuring a reference to none other than Mark Seymour: …Mark Seymour, front man of Melbourne’s Hunters and Collectors, was known for his high-energy, singlet-clad performances in hot, crowded venues… Check out the full article here.

No Zu Cover of Talking To A Stranger

Check out this creative cover of Talking To A Stranger by Melbourne group No Zu: Youtube link. The track can also be purchased from bandcamp.

The Sound

Hunters & Collectors on The Sound

Hunters and Collectors are featuring this Sunday on ABC’s The Sound as part of their ‘From The Vault’ series! This follows the appearance of Mark Seymour and The Undertow back in July, where they performed Night Driving. The video from this can still be enjoyed online at Facebook.

Red Hot Summer Tour Sale

Red Hot Summer Merch Sale This Week

There is a sale on Red Hot Summer Tour official merchandise THIS WEEK. By massive, we mean up to 70% off. Set your clocks. Wednesday 7pm. That’s Wednesday 12 August 2020 at 7pm at . One day only. Here is the official word from the Red Hot Summer Tour crew: We may not have more »

Mark Seymour Gives Support To Living Incomes

Mark Seymour has been lending his support to the Living Incomes For Everyone (LIFE) movement. Click here for more information.  

Mark on The Sound

Mark Seymour and the Undertow performed a cracking live version of Night Driving on The Sound Sunday night. You can check it out on ABC iview! We know that two more songs were recorded at the same time; hopefully we will enjoy them soon!

Meanwhile in Melbourne

Jack Howard (of Hunters and Collectors) and Cameron McKenzie (of Mark Seymour’s band The Undertow) are both taking part in an interesting project this weekend. The band Row Jerry Crow are performing the 1972 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band album “Will The Circle Be Unbroken” live at the Memo Music Hall. Click here for more information.

Music From The Home Front

The performances by Mark Seymour and James Reyne of “Throw Your Arms Around Me” and “Reckless” from the ANZAC Day “Music From The Home Front” performances can now be found on the 2CD “Music From The Home Front” release!  

Deadly Hume Back Catalogue

Large parts of the back catalogue of The Deadly Hume (Greg Perano’s project post Hunters and Collectors) are available for the first time in digital formats, including a previously unreleased live album! Check out your favourite online music retailer for the: Passenger Blues single (1986) Me, Grandma, Iliko and Hilarian album (1987) Lonely Mr Happy more »