Joe Camilleri

Thu 3 November 2016

Joe Camilleri is best known as the leader of iconic Australian bands Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons and The Black Sorrows.

He talks to Barry Divola about growing  up in a Maltese-Australian family of ten kids, leaving school in grade 6, working jobs from an abattoir to a tailor and finding his true calling in record stores and music clubs. Joe plays Ray Charles, Conway Twitty, The Kinks and more.

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