Days Like These With Diesel

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Days Like These With Diesel

In 2003, legendary rock band Cold Chisel perform small, intimate concerts at The Hordern. (Final)

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Season 1
Troy Cassar-Daley delivers a tour-de-force of personal hits at the Seymour Centre in 2010.
When Icehouse played at the Melbourne Showgrounds on February 20, 1988, the band had just come off a marathon 14-month tour of the US and Europe. But through the fog of exhaustion, they pulled off an absolute blinder.
In a series of powerful concerts in 2012-2013 called 'Into the Bloodstream', Archie Roach proved he was back and in top-form following a series of devastating, personal challenges.
The story of Perth band the Eurogliders playing a brilliant concert at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney in 1984, told by once-were-married band members Grace Knight and Bernie Lynch.
In 2007, Jimmy Barnes did an extraordinary comeback concert at the Sydney Opera House. He shares his recollections of the sublime evening with brother-in-law Mark Lizotte.
The story of Rose Tattoo belting out their hits at the Boggo Road Gaol in 1993, told by band members Angry Anderson, Mark Evans and the former CEO of record label Alberts, Fifa Riccobono.
The story of host Mark Lizotte's band 'Diesel' playing at The Metro in Sydney in 2003, recounted by Mark and his brother Brian Lizotte, who played trombone.
The story of Doc Neeson and The Angels stealing the show at the 1983 Narara music festival in rural NSW, as told by band members Rick Brewster, John Brewster and Dave Gleeson.
After 17 years, Hunters and Collectors were calling it quits. They embarked on a farewell tour, culminating in the very final show at Selina's at the Coogee Hotel in Sydney, on March 13, 1998.
When the Baby Animals released their self-titled album in 1991, it became the highest selling Australian debut album. Sadly, the band split a few years later. Twenty years after, Suze made a call to return to the stage.
When Melbourne band Jet played a hometown gig at the Forum on April 30, 2004, they had just come off a super-successful tour of the US, which only piled on the pressure to deliver an amazing show on home turf.