Buzz Bidstrup and Cal Callaghan have just released a new GANGgajang single after ten years, and Tinalley and MSO cellist Michelle Wood performs live. Read the full story here
GANGgajang have been back on the map since a street was named after them in Bundaberg last November.
The band that reminded us This Is Australia in 1985 now widens its horizons with Circles In the Sand, featuring the first video ever shot at Uluru.
Drummer and co-writer Buzz Bidstrup has forged a bond with the site’s traditional owners in the Mutitjulu community through his work with the Jimmy Little Foundation, which will receive proceeds of the single.
“It reminds us once again who we are, where we live – and in doing so offers a glimpse of a different, more inclusive future,” he says. Read the full story here
In his over 40 years association with Australian music industry Graham “Buzz” Bidstrup has been a musician, songwriter, producer, manager and booking agent. His notable achievements include 4 albums with The Angels, co-founder of The Party Boys ( 3 albums) and GANGgajang (4 albums which he co-produced and managed).
Buzz’s other work includes over 50 albums as a producer including Australian Crawl‘s Reckless (musician and co-producer), Mondo Rock’s Chemistry (musician), film composer/music producer for Heatwave and Mad Wax; and music director for ABC series Sweet and Sour.
In this video, Steve also talks to Buzz about his latest project, The Dinosaurs, with Mark Gable(Choirboys), Mark Evans(AC/DC) and Les Gock (Hush). The segment goes behind the scenes into the rehearsal room and provides insight into the band’s writing process. Watch Here