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Mike McClellan

by Paul Cashmere on October 11, 2011

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35 years after Mike McClellan became a household name in Australia with songs like ‘Song and Danceman’, ‘The One I Love’ and ‘Rock and Roll Lady’, he returns with a brand new album ‘If Only For A Moment’.

Mike was one of Australia’s top singer/songwriters in the 70s He recorded for EMI Records and developed a reputation worldwide when people like Rick Nelson and John Farnham recording his songs while The Hollies, Dr Hook and Melanie took him on tour.

Mike went into the advertising business in the 80s and started his own and very successful ad agency. You may know one of his biggest 30 second hits “are you red red ready red rooster”.

This year he released his new album ‘If Only For A Moment’.

Mike McClellan dropped into Noise11.com to play you some new songs from This year he released his new album ‘If Only For A Moment’ and one old favourite.

Mike McClellan official website



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