7th Annual Top 50 Broadcast!
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Hey guys, been very busy building 2015-16 and its looking like a busy time for the band internationally. We performed in Canberra as part of the Chief Ministers Inclusion Awards, we’ve performed at these events before, they’re always great fun, and the vibe in the room is always incredible.
In a tribute to Stella Young, the band dedicated ‘No Goodbyes’ a song totally appropriate for the spirit of such an amazing women. Thank you Stella!
Dear Rudely Interrupted supporters, unforeseen circumstances have sprung up and due to bus loads of the Rudely Interrupted fans and a plethora of demands to re-schedule the Sunday Oct 26th performance, to a Fri or Sat, we have done just that.
The Oxford Arts Factory and our incredible sponsors the Frasil Foundation have been fully supportive of the bands decision to re-scheduled the show to a Fri/Sat night at the end of the tour, and all are working together to get the new date and times to be announced as quick as possible.
We have done all we possibly can to make the date work for the whole Rudely Interrupted army and things are moving fast for the band. We are truly sorry for the inconvenience, but we can guarantee you all, it’s going to be worth it! A full refund or re-allocation option of the tickets purchase to the Sydney show will be given to all who have pre-purchased tickets.
Thank you for your understanding, Rohan & Rudely Interrupted
RUDELY INTERRUPTED ANNOUNCE NEW SINGLE, EP AND NATIONAL TOUR
Unique Melbourne indie pop rockers, Rudely Interrupted have announced the release of their new single, I Am Alive and new EP of the same title due out October 3. With support from Australia Council for the Arts and The Frasil Foundation, the band will be celebrating with a national Australian tour including three festivals kick starting in Melbourne on October 5 and heading through Sydney to play Oxford Arts Factory on October 26, Lismore Workers Club on October 31, Northcote Social Club (Melb) on November 9, Governor Hindmarsh (Ade) on November 16 and the Rosemount Hotel (Perth) on December 3.
In 2008, Rudely Interrupted became the first ever indie band to perform at the United Nations in NYC and have since become regulars on the global touring circuit, only recently returning from their thirteenth international tour which saw them perform with the eighty piece, Alberto Pio Orchestra in Italy and then over to the US to perform at the Twenty Wonder celebrations at the iconic Doll Factory in LA. Other key performances over the years include Laneway & Woodford Folk Festivals in Australia, NXNE Music Festival in Canada, Rock An Der Wabe festival in Germany, Spikes Asia Awards in Singapore and VSA Arts Festival in Washington DC and a spot on Australia’s Spicks and Specks to name just a few.
With support from The Frasil Foundation, Rudely Interrupted are taking over the world and inspiring other individuals with challenges and disabilities to give everything a shot and follow their dreams. “We are here to show you that you can do anything you want,” beams Brooks, “with the right support and a lot of hard work, truly, anything is possible! We are living proof of dreams coming true and together with the Frasil Foundation we will be touring the world with our powerful message of hope and ‘anything Is possible.”
Fantastic Twenty Wonder video, what a party, LA you certainly know how do do it!
Subscribe and watch the band perform live in Italy with the Alberto Pio Orchestra as part of the international festival, there’s videos of performances including guest spot by Lou Boland from Belgium. Amazing!!!