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Hunters & Collectors

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About Hunters & Collectors
Genres:
Rock, Rock N Roll, Australian, Art, Experimental, Funk, International, Pub Rock, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul
Band Members:
Mark Seymour, Lead guitar, Barry Palmer, Jeremy Smith, Michael Waters, Trombone, Robert Miles, DesignSound, Andy Lynn, Chris Malherbe, Nigel Crocker, Greg Perano, Martin Lubran, Geoff Crosby, Jack Howard, Ray Tosti-Guerra, John Archer, Bass guitar, Doug Falconer

Hunters & Collectors were a long-running (1980-1998) Australian band originally influenced by German experimentalists like Can and later leaning more towards popular ...
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Fan Reviews
Dave
Auckland, New Zealand@
The Powerstation
September 25th 2014
Awesome Gig by the greatest band on earth!
Kent
Perth Wa, Australia@
Kings Park
March 21st 2014
Great line up of warm up bands. One my favorites was Something for Kates cover of REM's song 'The One I Love'!!!!
Steve
Coldstream, Australia@
Rochford Wines
March 21st 2014
Of the four bands, H&C were the most disappointing. I felt they were self indulgent in the choice of songs and the way they played and lost the crowd for large parts of the set.
About Hunters & Collectors
Genres:
Rock, Rock N Roll, Australian, Art, Experimental, Funk, International, Pub Rock, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul
Band Members:
Mark Seymour, Lead guitar, Barry Palmer, Jeremy Smith, Michael Waters, Trombone, Robert Miles, DesignSound, Andy Lynn, Chris Malherbe, Nigel Crocker, Greg Perano, Martin Lubran, Geoff Crosby, Jack Howard, Ray Tosti-Guerra, John Archer, Bass guitar, Doug Falconer

Hunters & Collectors were a long-running (1980-1998) Australian band originally influenced by German experimentalists like Can and later leaning more towards popular ...
Read More