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Hoodoo Gurus – My Girl

In our never-ending attempt to immortalise those classic Australian singles that touched our collective hearts, Webcuts shines a light on the Hoodoo Gurus and their tear-jerking ode to love gone astray "My Girl". It was in the pages of Countdown magazine around 1984 that I first recall seeing the Hoodoo Gurus, hanging out in the

Hoodoo Gurus – Interview with Dave Faulkner (2008)

Living proof that great bands and great songs endure all, Sydney's Hoodoo Gurus are the epitome of the walking jukebox, with a back catalogue of classic singles and albums that have become as much part of the Australian consciousness as any other. From their conception in 1981 they have been captivating audiences the world over

By |2015-08-11T02:17:46+01:00July 12th, 2008|Categories: Interviews|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Hoodoo Gurus – London – 4 July 2008

"I can still recall the time" began Dave Faulkner, as he stood in front of 1500 Australians (and some locals) at London's Forum last Friday night. This time those words held a little more poignancy, playing in the same venue Hoodoo Gurus once played a little over twenty years ago. Powering through with a set

By |2009-07-27T15:29:25+01:00July 11th, 2008|Categories: Live Reviews|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments