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Title Australian Story: So Much To Say
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Summary Introduced by Caroline JonesStevie Wright became a superstar at the age of sixteen, with the iconic 1960s rock band The Easybeats - the first Australian group to achieve chart success in the UK, US and Europe. He went on to win another generation of fans as a solo artist with hits like 'Evie', 'Hard Road' and 'Black Eyed Bruiser'. But along with the exhilarating highs, he has experienced devastating lows - which on several occasions could have been fatal. Now the legend of Stevie Wright is being rekindled with help from fellow musician and lifelong fan, Scott McRae who has created a 'rockumentary' live show of his idol's extraordinary life.Australian Story has recorded Stevie Wright's last public performance - a special poignant encore in Scott McRae's stage show. Those interviewed include: Stevie Wright, Scott McRae, Gail Baxter (former wife), Fay Walker (long-time current partner) and former Easybeats drummer Snowy Fleet
Event Broadcast 2013-02-18 at 20:00:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Rock music -- Social aspects.
Rock musicians.
Singers -- Biography.
Easybeats (Musical group)
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Caroline, host
'Snowy' Fleet, Gordon, contributor
Baxter, Gail, contributor
Keeble, Chris, contributor
McRae, Scott, contributor
Walker, Fay, contributor
Wright, Stevie, contributor