Colin Stays Busy Down Under

Colin Stays Busy Down Under

Click below to see Colin play “Overkill” Live as he makes the day for one Nova 100 radio host! https://www.nova100.com.au/shows/chrissie-sam-browny/colin-hay-overkill-acoustic  

Colin talks songwriting with The Age

Colin talks songwriting with The Age

Colin sits down with Bernard Zuel from The Age – theage.com.au to chat about songwriting and the impact it has on the soul.   Read the full article here: http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/music/colin-hay-why-sometimes-a-songwriter-is-better-than-a-fireman-20170516-gw5w6u.html

Acoustic Cafe features Colin

Acoustic Cafe features Colin

Acoustic Cafe just featured Colin as this week’s in studio guest.  “The former frontman of Men At Work is also one of the funniest storytellers working today, so this visit is … Continue reading

Show Review: London

Show Review: London

Colin delivered a yet another stellar confessional-style performance to the sold out UK audience this past Tuesday in London. Read the full review here: Colin Hay, Union Chapel, Islington, London … Continue reading

TRACK-BY-TRACK #12: Blue Bay Moon

Here is Colin’s twelfth installment of the Fierce Mercy Track-By-Track video series. “Blue Bay Moon” started as a piece of Beach Boys/Eagles vibe music from co-writer Michael Georgiades and the phrase “Blue … Continue reading

TRACK-BY-TRACK #9: Two Friends

Here is Colin’s ninth installment of the Fierce Mercy Track-By-Track video series.”Two Friends”, penned by writing partner Michael Georgiades is a very emotional piece of music following Michael losing two friends … Continue reading

TRACK-BY-TRACK #8: I’m Walking Here

Here is Colin’s eighth installment of the Fierce Mercy Track-By-Track video series.”I’m Walking Here” is a reaction to Trayvon Martin’s tragic death and the heartbreaks that last forever. This song also … Continue reading

"Animated by its pensive, honest, and impassioned lyrics, and by a deeply-felt sense of urgency, especially in the song “The Last to Know,” which introduces the album’s title concept of “fierce mercy.”
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