Origin: North Adelaide, South Australia
Genre/styles: Reggae, Rock
Lead singer: Bart Willoughby, rhythm guitarist and songwriter: Ricky Harrison, lead guitarist: Leslie Lovegrove Freeman (also known as Les Graham and Les Lovegrove), bass player: John Miller.
No Fixed Address was formed in 1978 but broke up in 1988. In 2008 No Fixed Address intended to make a come back.
No Fixed Address made the movie Wrong Side of the Road with another band, Us Mob. Following the release of the movie and its soundtrack album, No Fixed Address toured widely, achieving cult status in Australia and being the first Aboriginal band to get on the international circuit, paving the way for other iconic Indigenous bands such as Warumpi Band and Yothu Yindi.
We had about 60 songs in our set and we only ever recorded nine of them for an EP we released with Mushroom Records.—Ricky Harrison, No Fixed Address
Thirty years ago we were singing about Aboriginal rights and the sad thing is that the message is still the same and it's still relevant.—Bart Willoughby, No Fixed Address
Band member history:
In 2008 No Fixed Address played on The Dreaming Festival (Woodford, QLD, one hour north of Brisbane) where they distributed a special edition of this CD.
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