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FomM Podcast: THE EXECUTIVES (broadcast on Southern FM – Feb 12, 2016)

executivesSydney band of the 1960s & 70s The Executives were one of the great Australian bands & recently a biographical book has been written about them by Canberra author Jaesen Jones, “Their Aim Was To Please You”. Join four of The Executives: Ray Burton, Rhys Clark, Brian & Gary King, as they discuss their career as The Executives & beyond, along with said author Jaesen Jones.

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  • Ray Burton says:

    Attn: Nick Black
    Hi Nick, what fabulous interview, I thoroughly enjoyed talking to everyone. I just arrived back in S.E.from 8 great days in and around Melbourne and I have a kazillion little tasks to get out of the way in order to get back to my much-loved music studio, daily routines and chores.

    I was down in Melbourne of course for your 2 hour “Purple Haze” radio interview Nick, promoting the new book launch on “The Executives” story instigated by YOU Nick Black on 88.3 Southern FM from beautiful Brighton Vic. I was also down south for the opening of a new restaurant called “The Lakeside Mill”out in Lakeside Pakenham.

    How did I feel about Melbourne? Well, the answer would have to be a resounding “INSPIRED”. I was soooo totally inspired by all of the creative action in Melbourne.

    Ahhh YES I’m in love with my old flame Melbourne again, can’t you tell? It’s such a great city for creativity, entertainment, social interaction, Great Universities, learning and just plain everyday FUN. Oh, and NO humidity!
    There are so many happening places and venues in Melbourne, far too many to mention here.

    What a whirlwind 8 days . . . I’m delightfully exhausted and grinning from ear to ear up here. I started writing down some new song ideas while I was in Melbourne as well. Thank you Melbourne for the creative inspiration.
    Melbourne, I gotta say. . . You Rock!

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