Why play you just one live performance from Australian rock legends Hunters and Collectors, when we have three incredible recordings of them in our live music archives?
We start in 1982, the year after they formed, with a set from The Refectory at Sydney Uni, featuring the single to really break the band, 'Talking to a Stranger'. Then we jump to 1998 to the fabled sweat-den of Selinas at the Coogee Bay Hotel, to hear a brilliant live version of 'When the River Runs Dry'. The band disbanded that same year, reforming 10 years later for the Sound Relief Concert at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2009, which raised funds for those affected by the February 2009 Victorian bushfires. Our live music team were there to catch that historic gig, where Hunters and Collectors played their iconic Say Goodbye and Throw Your Arms Around Me.