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Slightly Odway: Abbe May V The Kill Devil Hills

Wednesday 24th April / presented by Taylah Strano

"I think this is one of the most iconic Australia songs ever written - I know what the band means to me ... several of the members are extremely close friends of mine"

Crowd favourite Abbe May returned to Breakfast with Taylah for a second helping of Slightly Odway.

Abbe has been a long-time fan of The Kill Devil Hills and found it only necessary to celebrate them with a take on their track Drinkin Too Much.

There was also album talk, karaoke video clips and, of course, her new beau, Tuxedo the cat.

: Terri Bellem
: Matt Puccinelli from CapturaObscura

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