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  • Author(s) John Bois
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  • Published03012014
  • PublisherEbook Alchemy PTY Ltd
  • ISBN9781922129390
The Dingoes reached the climax of their Australian success in 1974 with their self-titled LP and singles Way Out West and Boy on the Run. They were inducted in the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2009.

This is the story of the Dingoes' one chance to make it big on the international stage. It is a rollicking road trip of five Aussie musicians travelling across the USA in preparation for their big break - supporting their stable-mates Lynyrd Skynyrd on a national tour. It is a story of making music, life in a band, but above all it is a yarn, in the best Australian tradition, spun around true events and real characters.

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  • Author(s) John Bois
  • Edition
  • Published03012014
  • PublisherEbook Alchemy PTY Ltd
  • ISBN9781922129390
The Dingoes reached the climax of their Australian success in 1974 with their self-titled LP and singles Way Out West and Boy on the Run. They were inducted in the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2009.

This is the story of the Dingoes' one chance to make it big on the international stage. It is a rollicking road trip of five Aussie musicians travelling across the USA in preparation for their big break - supporting their stable-mates Lynyrd Skynyrd on a national tour. It is a story of making music, life in a band, but above all it is a yarn, in the best Australian tradition, spun around true events and real characters.
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