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When:

Sat 5 Oct 2013, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Harvester Moon, 2320 Portarlinton Rd, Bellarine, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $35.00
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Two of our most respected singer-songwriters and musicians, Neil Murray and Jim Moginie,
have contributed extensively to our musical heritage as founding members of the Warumpi Band and Midnight Oil, and established individual careers outside of those iconic entities. They became friends in the mid-eighties on the Blackfella Whitefella outback tour and first collaborated in the studio on the Warumpi Band’s original version of My Island Home, with Jim on keyboards.

Jim has contributed as either producer or musician on most of Neil’s albums and since last year, has shared the spotlight on their One of Those Tunes concerts - which is also the title of a co-write from Neil’s Witness release. Neil celebrates a thirty year recording history in 2013 and has an impressive catalogue which includes three Warumpi Band and ten solo albums. His most recent release, Sing the Song - the Essential Neil Murray, is a double compilation available through ABC Music.

Neil received the APRA Song of The Year Award in 1995 for the anthemic My Island Home, which was re-recorded by Christine Anu and performed to a global audience at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. In 2001, it was also recognised in the APRA Best Songs of All Time list. His writing credits extend to the semi-autobiographical cult classic Sing For Me Countryman, collections of poetry, One Man Tribe and lyrics Native Born, plus two children’s books My Island Home and Blackfella Whitefella.

Jim’s twenty-five year contribution to Midnight Oil cannot be understated – songwriter, musician and vocalist in a blistering band which also pioneered new ground, inflamed passions and challenged social justice and environmental concepts.