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Mark Seymour - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Mark Seymour - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Hunters & Collectors Return To Active Duty At AFL Grand Final

by Paul Cashmere on September 28, 2013

in Live,News

The return of Hunters & Collectors at the AFL Grand Final marked the band’s return to active duty.

Hunters & Collectors have reunited for the AFL Grand Final performance, their own tour, a Bruce Springsteen support but there is no talk yet of new music.

Hunters & Collectors performed their classics ‘Do You See What I See’ and ‘Holy Grail’ at the AFL Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground today (September 28, 2013).

It was the first time Hunters & Collectors have performed together since the 2009 Sound Relief Bushfire appeal.

Hunters & Collectors formed in 1981 and broke up in 1998. The 2009 charity show was the only time the band reformed until now.

Hunters & Collectors will tour for A Day On The Green with You Am I, Diesel and British India as well as their own shows with The Panics and supporting Bruce Springsteen this summer.



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