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The protest songs that told the story of Queensland in the '70s and '80s.
"No matter who joins them onstage throughout the night, this is a Go-Betweens show."
Three decades after its release, '16 Lovers Lane' is coming to Melbourne International Arts Festival. Self-confessed superfan Anne Marie Peard meets former Go-Betweens members Lindy Morrison and Amanda Brown, and discovers the ongoing history of this iconic album.
With that striped sunlight sound...
Lindy Morrison (OAM), former drummer for iconic Brisbane band The Go-Betweens, has been re-elected to serve another term on the PPCA board.
"RVG's Romy Vager on 'Love Is A Sign' was a daring choice and it paid off. Her voice is reminiscent of Forster's delivery and she won many fans in the process."
"But in the case of '16 Lovers Lane' it meant that it lent the songs quite a classic, timeless sound that transcends their era and makes them relevant to any era."
While we're at it, have you signed up for the station's Radiothon? Imagine how good you'll feel.
"When Willsteed busts out the song's trademark acoustic solo the crowd goes wild, in the process hammering home the validity of this tribute."
"It's not all about little Alfie Langer and Wally Lewis. God love 'em, but there's so much more to Brisbane than football."