It was great to be invited in for a chat & a few tunes live in the ABC studio a couple of months ago.
And in case you missed it, I’ve finally got around to uploading the audio! There’s also a live-streamed video of a couple of the tunes.
Hear the full audio here (minus the weather report & and a bit of etc that I’ve edited out).
Had a fair old time talking about music, ‘welcomes’, activism & broken noses, and singing a coupla songs while desperately trying to hold off a persistent cough…
‘All Aboard’, a mashed set of the trad Celtic ‘Jim Wards Jig’ and Merle Travis’s ‘Dark as a Dungeon’ both got a run.
It was also rare outing of the recently named ‘Before Tomorrow Calls’, I song wrote about my time living in Indonesia and the wonderful welcoming friends there – dedicated to rock-star-buddy Jali.
You can hear the individual songs below.
Thanks to the ABC Gippsland crew for having me in, and for the great work they do!
I was luck enough to be a feature artist on the great local music show Live at Spectrum last week, playing a few original tunes and having a chat. It was a lot of fun! Catch up & watch the whole episode here:
Live at Spectrum, now in its second season, is a seriously brilliant community-driven project that gives voice to local musicians, artists & music lovers. I take my hat off to the crew who make it possible every month!
Subscribe to their youtube channel to catch each new episode, and catch up on past ones too.
Thanks also to good mate Beau Atkinson for joining me for a few tunes, and taking a punt on one we’d barely rehearsed!
A quick compilation in response to the old ‘Can you show us some of your slide playing?’ (but of course, the real magic rarely gets captured on film).
Collaborators captured in the vid include:
I’ve been lucky enough to have a few stints on the wireless on recent years (particularly recent months), but it was extra special to meet long-time (slightly older) ABC journalistic crush Fran Kelly, and feature on ABC Radio National in both Earthworker Cooperative AND musician capacities the other day.
So, in case you missed good mate Beau and I on ABC RN last week, here it is.
If you’re interested, you can listen/download to the interview about Earthworker Cooperative (before the song) HERE . It’s great to hear from young Morwell champs Ella and Josh in the interview too – young voices are all too rare, but so important at this vital time of change in the Latrobe Valley… and let’s face it, the world.
And if you just want the tunes, good old Lynton captured it here…
Posted by Dan Musil Music on Monday, March 27, 2017