Head & Vince Lovegrove)
pair of music buffs has been in the music industry since the mid sixties, and by
anyone’s standards are both stalwart survivors of the music industry. Peter
Head and Vince Lovegrove,, at some stage during the past four decades, have
worked alongside many of Australian music’s major acts.
a tour of Australia supporting the Rolling Stones with his group Headband, Peter
Head began a solo career, tinkling on stained keyboards in the low-lit bars
across the length and breadth of this country, the singing piano man. In the
four-decade evolving process Head
forged his own stamp, style, and following; he became known for his own seedy
songs about smoke-filled clubs, misfits, and other characters of the night, and
he nestled the songs alongside music standards from the world’s best song
his sixties pop star route alongside Bon Scott, Vince Lovegrove banged head-long
into a varied career of music management, agent, writer and other assorted
mainstream – off-stage - career paths. It took him to New York, London and
places in between, but always he harboured a passionate desire to continue where
he left off in 1970 – onstage, singing and performing.
addage say it’s never too late.
is, two Australian music pioneers, coming together from opposite ends, for the
first time, playing a collection of real rock’n’roll songs, from the 40s and
50s birth place of rock’n’roll.
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