Front woman for Australian Rock and Rollers The Fuzz, Abbe has toured the country playing rock n roll since 2003. The Fuzz released a widely acclaimed album, 100 Demons, before Abbe started a blues outfit in early 2006 called The Rockin Pneumonia with local legends Todd Pickett and K.T Rumble. With a set that includes a charming ukulele solo and plenty of chain gang swagger, the trio have been gigging all over town to appreciative audiences. If youve ever suffered a broken heart or dropped your scotch before you could taste it, Abbe Fuzz and the Rockin Pneumonia are just what the doctor ordered! A self titled, limited edition album is available and has received plenty of airplay and interest from around the world. Be sure to cure your boogie woogie flu with Abbe Fuzz and the Rockin Pneumonia!! ..
Brisbane Festival unveils its lineup for the Speigeltent, APRA Music Awards reveal the list of performers and presenters and Paul Kelly teams up with Bob Murphy to talk about life, music and football, all of this in the local news wrap.
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