1) Ghostwriters (sometimes also called "The Ghostwriters" or referred to as "Ghosties" by fans) are an Australian rock band, a collaboration principally involving former Midnight Oil drummer Rob Hirst and Hoodoo Gurus bassist Rick Grossman.
When the percussive song writing soul of Midnight Oil, Rob Hirst meets ex Olympian singer/songwriter troubadour Paul Greene the vocal chemistry is electric. Hirst & Greene perform beautifully crafted songs that invoke thoughts of surf, sun, politics and passion.
Angry Tradesmen is one of the projects that Rob Hirst, former drummer and songwriter for Midnight Oil, started after Midnight Oil split in December 2002.
The band's first album, Beat the House, was released in Australia on September 6th 2008. The band currently consists of Hirst and Dom Turner.
There are two artists called Neil Murray: 1) Neil Murray (born August 27, 1950, Edinburgh, Scotland) is a rock bassist who has played with over 30 bands including Whitesnake, Black Sabbath, and Gogmagog.
Simon Kelly and the Big Bamboo is a collaboration between singer/songwriter Simon Kelly and some of Perths most in demand and creative musicians. The resulting sound is a percussive blend of pychedelic pop, reggae, rootsy folk, bluesy ska and demented country that has drawn comparisons to Paul Simon and Gomez with subtle African and reggae rhythms.
At least 2 bands go by the name of The Break 1) The Break - New Jersey. Most bands in the world can be lumped into one category or another, they are shuffled, redefined, and in that way they begin to lose the qualities that could make them important or meaningful.