Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke: Bart Willoughby and Bunna Lawrie with Uncle Jack Charles

Kutcha Edwards and Bart Willoughby seated in the front of a car.
Title:
Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke: Bart Willoughby and Bunna Lawrie with Uncle Jack Charles
NFSA ID:
1591584
Year:
2019
Category:
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program may contain images and/or audio of deceased persons

Kutcha and music legends Bart Willoughby and Bunna Lawrie cruise Fitzroy belting out the defiant Aboriginal anthem 'We Have Survived' in Episode 2 of Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke.

Bart talks about finding his way to the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music at the University of Adelaide as a 14 year old in handcuffs; that's when he was introduced to drumming, singing and guitar.

Bunna remembers first performing his song 'Black Boy' in the Vault in Port Augusta. Everyone knew, even then, this was going to be a deadly hit. 

Associate Producers:
Danielle MacLean, Fiona Dean
Cinematographer/Director of photography:
Murray Lui
Director:
John Harvey
Interviewees:
Elaine Crombie, Bunna Lawrie, Bart Willoughby, Jack Charles
Performers:
Elaine Crombie, Archie Roach, Bunna Lawrie, Bart Willoughby, Kutcha Edwards
Presenter:
Kutcha Edwards
Producers:
Anna Grieve, John Harvey
Production Company:
Tamarind Pictures
Recording Engineer/Sound Recordist:
David Tranter