Ross Wilson talks Daddy Cool -

Ross Wilson talks Daddy Cool

by Paul Cashmere on October 6, 2011

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Ross Wilson of Daddy Cool

Ross Wilson of Daddy Cool. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

It has been 40 years since Daddy Cool released their debut album ‘Daddy Who? Daddy Cool’.

The band, featuring Ross Wilson, Ross Hannaford, Gary Young and Wayne Duncan had a short career with just two studio albums in the 70s but in that time managed to deliver some iconic hits for Australia.

‘Eagle Rock’ and ‘Come Back Again’, both from the ‘Daddy Who? Daddy Cool’ album, have become Australian classics.

Sony Music recently released ‘Daddy Who? Daddy Cool’ for the very first time on CD. To mark the release and tell you the story, Ross Wilson joined Paul Cashmere in the Noise11 studio.



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