TAGGED: First Nations musicians
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The Mushroom Group is Australia’s largest independent music company. It contains several music labels focusing on various genres including Bloodlines, Ivy League and Liberation Records.

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Harry Williams (Wiradjuri, 1927-1991) and Wilga Munro Williams (Kamilaroi, born 1943) performed together with the Country Outcasts band during the 197

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Harry Williams (Wiradjuri, 1927-1991) and Wilga Munro Williams (Kamilaroi, born 1943) performed together with the Country Outcasts band during the 197

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Stephen Kinnane tells the story behind the human rights award-winning documentary about the Coolbaroo League.

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In an excerpt from the NFSA Restores version of The Coolbaroo Club (1996), a woman describes the social dances that would take place at the club when white people would join the First Nati

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The NFSA organised a special Wrong Side of the Road (1981) reunion for cast and crew at the premiere of the film's digital restoration at the Sydney Film Festival in 2013.

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Interviews with cast and crew members and musicians featured in Wrong Side of the Road (1981).

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The members of the band No Fixed Address leave for their gig. During their performance the police arrive.

Summary by Romaine Moreton

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Members of the bands No Fixed Address and Us Mob collect bush tucker on the beach. Les (Les Graham), driving with Carroll (Carroll Karpanny), talks about finding his birth family.

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This is a clip from the NFSA Restores digital restoration of Wrong Side of the Road (Ned Lander, Australia, 1981).