PETE OXLEY (SUNNYBOYS)

Sun 21 February 2016

This week's guest is Pete Oxley from Sunnyboys, one of the great Australian guitar bands of the 1980s. He joined Barry Divola on the couch to share the songs that shaped his childhood, including hits from Masters Apprentices, Elvis Costello and Richard Clapton.

Hear him discuss growing up in the small town of Kingscliff, spooky pranks and naming his band after a popular icy treat. Stream the interview now.

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