The Great Australian Rock Festival – Sunbury ‘73 was the inaugural album release for the newly formed Mushroom Records.
At the official opening of the Kyana festival of Aboriginal arts, music and dance, on the Perth Esplanade in February 1993, Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter perform the song 'Louis St John'.
Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter perform live, accompanied by the Deadly Band (Archie Cuthbertson, Kerry Gilmartin and Dave Steel), and introduced by Annette Shun Wah on series four of Studio 22
Archie Roach performs the song 'Watching Over Me' from his 1997 album Looking for Butter Boy in this home movie footage. His partner Ruby Hunter plays a rainstick.
Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter talk about their life as street kids, followed by an excerpt of a live performance of Ruby's song 'Down City Streets', which featured on Archie's debut album Charco
Archie Roach honours the relationship he has with his fans.
Archie Roach talks about 'Took the Children Away' during a live concert performance. He explains why he wrote the song and how music has the power to heal.
This excerpt of amateur footage shows Archie Roach sharing a story at a live show at Northcote Social Club in Melbourne on 28 November 2007.
Archie Roach performs 'Dancing Shoes' from his album Dancing With My Spirit (2018) with You Am I singer Tim Rogers during the 2012 AFL Grand Final edition of the Marngrook Footy Show
This is a short excerpt from Singing His Story: Archie Roach in Concert, filmed at the Playhouse Theatre at the University of Western Sydney on 14 December 2007.