Fame, Friends and Rock n' Roll

Episode #4 of Arts and Culture Series

Sam Beke – Artist Performer & stage samples & costume changes.
Rory Brookside - Musician keys/vocals – Singer/Songwriter

Our guests from Rudely Interrupted

Sam Beke - Artist Performer & stage samples & costume changes.
Rory Brookside - Musician keys/vocals – Singer/Songwriter
Rohan Brooks - Musician /Guitars/Songwriter/Producer

In this episode we chat with Rudely Interrupted, an indie rock band from Melbourne.

They share with us their experience of forming a band where all members have a disability, touring the world, recording new songs and getting heard on the radio.

To find out more about Rudely Interrupted go to their website: http://rudelyinterrupted.com/

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Fiona

Hi, everyone, and thanks for listening to Visibility. The monthly podcast produced by CID, the Council for Intellectual Disability. Here we will be telling our stories and exploring some of the issues that impact people with intellectual disability. To find out more about our work, visit www.cid.org.au.

 

Adele

In the spirit of reconciliation, the Council for Intellectual Disability acknowledges the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia and their connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to the elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

 

Alex

 

 

Adele

To those listening. Thank you as well. Please join us next month for another episode in our Arts and Culture podcast series, where we’ll be talking with another creative professional living with intellectual disability.

 

Fiona

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