Scene News: Bruce Hearn, Strange Tenants co-founder, returns to folk with two new albums!

Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Bruce Hearn is a former student activist and union rep and now a Senior Lecturer in Industrial Relations who loves music with roots. Bruce came to prominence as a musician in the early ‘80s as a singer/song writer for iconic Melbourne ska band, Strange Tenants, but his musical roots run as deep and as wide as his social awareness and activism.

Singles – BRUCE HEARN “BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?”, and BRUCE HEARN & THE MACHINISTS “THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND” – out now.
 
Double Albums – 
BRUCE HEARN “THE WORD IS THE MUSIC THE PEOPLE ARE THE SONG”, and BRUCE HEARN & THE MACHINISTS “LIVE AT THE ATHENAEUM: A TRIBUTE TO WOODY GUTHRIE” (with Special Guests Eric Bogle, Mic Conway, Margret RoadKnight, Kerri Simpson, Jan ‘Yarn’ Wositzky and the Union Choir)  – out October 2, 2020.
 
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