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Daniel Johns Fronts Boom Tish For Easybeats Tribute

by Paul Cashmere on October 30, 2017

in News

Former Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns has assembled his Vivid Live band as Boom Tish for an Easybeats tribute ‘Hello How Are You’.

‘Hello How Are You’ was a 1968 single for The Easybeats. It reached no 34 in Australia and no 20 in the UK.

In a statement Daniel Johns said today, “The Easybeats legacy is undeniable and Harry and George in particular created a blueprint of self-sufficiency for Australian musicians that is more relevant in 2017 than ever.

“I remember seeing a quote from George Young where he said ‘Hello, How Are You’ was considered by many Easybeats fans an unwelcome departure from the band’s typical rock sound…. I feel like I can relate to this statement. This is probably why the track is one of my favourite Easybeats songs and Boom Tish had a lot of fun working on it.

“We could assume that having four friends work on the song in my lounge room, self-producing and recording it in a day and then sending it to the label via text message was a slight departure from the recording process of 50 years ago!”

Rebeat, released 24 November

Rebeat Easybeats tribute1. Boom Tish – ‘Hello, How Are You’ (out today)
2. KLP – ‘Good Times’ (released 10 Nov)
3. The Bamboos feat. Montaigne – ‘I’ll Make You Happy’ (released 17 Nov)
4. LDRU feat. Nicole Millar – ‘Friday On My Mind’ (released 24 Nov)
5. San Cisco – ‘Friday On My Mind’ (released 24 Nov)

The EasyFever shows featuring Tim Rogers, Tex Perkins, Phil Jamieson, Chris Cheney and Kram play in December.

The Easybeats mini-series will air on ABC-TV across Australia on November 26.


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