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THE PURPLE HAZE ARCHIVE presents 1960’s OZ CULT HEROES: RONNIE WILLIAMS (The 5), TONI McCANN & RORY O’DONOGHUE (The POGS) on PODCAST

Join three of the biggest cult musical artists of the Australian music scene of the 1960s here on this one episode of Purple Haze.

Ronnie Williams was the lead singer (& composer) of the legendary Brisbane band The Five which were best known for the classic track “There’s Time“.

Toni McCann, described as a “bundle of dynamite” best known for cult classic songs, “Saturday Date” , “No” & “My Baby“.

And Rory O’Donoghue lead singer of The Pogs, who was also known for the band Oak Apple Day & his iconic work as Aunty Jack’s celebrated sidekick “Thin Arthur“.

All 3 artists are to be found on the Garage Beat Nuggets from the Festival Vaults CD available on Playback Records.

 

Garage Beat Nuggets from the Festival Vaults CD

 

Ronnie Williams Website: Click Here

Toni McCann Information: Click Here

Rory O’Donoghue Facebook: Click Here

Playback Records Website: Click Here

 

 

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