The Angels roared out of the 1970s with multi-platinum albums, hits and record-breaking tours. The band was formed by the trio of Rick and John Brewster and Doc Neeson and made some of the greatest music this country has seen.

Join Australian author and long-time associate of the band, Bob Yates, as he talks about the impact that The Angels had on the Australian rock scene, its relevance to popular culture, and how it redefined Australian pub rock traditions and influenced contemporary rock. The talk will be followed by a book signing.

When: Thursday 7 September 2017, 7:45- 9:30pm
Where: Marrickville Library, cnr Marrickville and Petersham Road, Marrickville
Cost: Free – book online.
Contact: history@innerwest.nsw.gov.au or 02 9335 2167
Hosted by Inner West Council – Library and History Services

Image: The Angels at the Motordrome Newcastle, December 1979. The last concert of the huge ‘Pooled Resources Tour’  headlined by The Angels and featuring Cold Chisel and The Flowers (soon to be renamed Icehouse). Inner West Council- Library and History Services.

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