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The Land That Time Forgot: The Holy Rollers

Tuesday 26th May / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Our city is home to some of the best music on Earth. But, it has not come out of nowhere.

Over the years, musicians have come gone and grown. Venues have opened and shut and scenes have been built.

One man who has watched a lot of it unfold is RTRFM’s own Ross Chisholm, he joined Caitlin on breakfast for another episode of The Land That Time Forgot with a special guest.

The Holy Roller’s Greg Dear has been in many bands over the past few decades and is getting one of them back together to play in the original line-up for the first time in 30 years.

The pair of them chatted about the Perth music scene and its development over the past few years on Breakfast.

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