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Tarmac Adam

by Paul Cashmere on May 2, 2013

in News

We first heard Tarmac Adam nearly a decade ago when Matt O’Donnell and Steve Paix recruited Nick Seymour and Paul Hester of Crowded House and released the debut album ‘Handheld Torch’.

Years had passed, the world had lost Paul Hester when O’Donnell enticed Nick Seymour to come back to Australia for a second album.

The Tarmac Adam of today is O’Donnell, Paix and Seymour with Rueben Alexander filling the gap left following the death of Paul Hester.

The new Tarmac Adam album is ‘The History Effect’. Matt O’Donnell tells the Tarmac Adam story to Paul Cashmere.



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