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Suze DeMarchi photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Baby Animals cover Linda Ronstadt for their first Greatest Hits album

by Paul Cashmere on January 31, 2019

in News

The Baby Animals formed in Sydney in 1989. In 2019 they will release their first Greatest Hits record and tour Australia to mark their 30th anniversary.

The new Greatest Hits record will include three new recordings including a cover of Linda Ronstadt’s ‘How Do I Make You’.

“I grew up listening to Linda Ronstadt,” Suze DeMarchi says, “‘How Do I Make You’ is such a great song, and it was right up our alley. Being a guitar band, we punk it up a little bit, and it’s a lot of fun to play live.”

Baby Animals Greatest Hits is due February 15.


1. Early Warning
2. Rush You
3. Painless
4. One Word
5. Working For The Enemy
6. Break My Heart
7. Ain’t Gonna Get
8. Impossible To Fly
9. Don’t Tell Me What To Do
10. At The End Of The Day
11. Lights Out At Eleven
12. Backbone
13. Email
14. Stitch
15. Invisible Dreamer
16. Got It Bad
17. Tonight
18. How Do I Make You
19. The Long Goodbye
20. Satellite

Baby Animals will tour Australia with Killing Heidi in May. “We are so pumped for this tour, and to share the stage with Killing Heidi – can’t wait to get out there and play live again,” Suze says.

Dave Leslie of Baby Animals will is hosting a Guitar Workshop at the Evelyn Melbourne this Sunday 3 February.

With Special Guests

Friday May 3 Revesby Workers Club, Revesby, NSW
Saturday May 4 Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW
Friday May 10 Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne, VIC
Friday May 17 The Gov, Adelaide, SA
Saturday May 18 The Gov, Adelaide, SA
Friday May 24 Astor Theatre, Perth, WA
Saturday May 25 Metropolis, Fremantle, WA
Friday May 31 Southport RSL, Southport, QLD
Saturday June 1 The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

Baby Animals will also tour for Series 2 of Red Hot Summer 2019.

Suzi Quatro will headline Series Two of Red Hot Summer with The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets, Jon Stevens, Moving Pictures and Chocolate Starfish

Dates in Barossa Valley, SA and Jacobs Will, Qld have already sold out.

Red Hot Summer series two dates are:

16 February, Barossa Valley
17 February, Hobart
23 February, Bendigo
24 February, Canberra
2 March, Wodonga
3 March, Kiama
9 March, Kariong
10 March, Jacobs Well
16 March, Port Macquarie

Get Series two tickets here

Series one of Red Hot Summer will start next week with Jimmy Barnes headlining along with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, The Living End, Diesel, Richard Clapton and Chocolate Starfish.

Get Series One tickets here

Series three of Red Hot Summer starts March 23 with John Farnham, Daryl Braithwaite, Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi, Thirsty Merc and Dragon.

Get Series three tickets here

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