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22 Feb 2022

Joe Camilleri – Show #232 (part 2), 13 February 2022

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After spinning the great new song by queer Irish artist and former guest of the show Wallis Bird, Katie welcomes Australian music legend Joe Camilleri to the studio. Currently on tour with his band the Black Sorrows, he tells Katie how constant performing and songwriting still motivate him and give him joy after more than 50 years in the music business. They chat about the band’s latest album, Saint Georges Road – which is Joe’s 22nd album with the Black Sorrows and his 50th release overall – and heaps more. Enjoy! Here is the playlist:

  • What’s Wrong with Changing – Wallis Bird
  • Raise Your Hands – The Black Sorrows
  • King Without a Throne – The Black Sorrows
  • What Does It Take (To Win Your Love) – Junior Walker & The All Stars
  • Saint Georges Road – The Black Sorrows
  • Ghost Writer – Garland Jeffreys
  • Chained to the Wheel – The Black Sorrows

Visit the Black Sorrows’ official website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter, and follow Joe on Instagram.

Photo of Joe Camilleri (above) by Betty Sujecki – please visit this Miss Chatelaine Facebook photo album for more pics!

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