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Discussing a new memoir of a much-admired musician
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Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist, Archie Roach, has turned author and released his new memoir Tell Me Why: The Story of My Life and My Music. Archie will discuss his book and his full and eventful life at the Greek Club on Monday 25 November 2019.
Award-winning Archie Roach has experienced life as a member of the stolen generation, struggled with alcohol addiction, and found and lost his great love and fellow artist, Ruby Hunter. He has also collaborated with iconic Australian musician Paul Kelly and been a guest of and shared his life story with Anh Do who created his portrait on Anh's Brush With Fame.
This promises to be a compelling and thoughtful event to celebrate one of Australian great. Single tickets are $20.00 or you can purchase a book as the ticket for $49.99 (which is a saving of $20). Tickets are available through Avid Reader here.
The event kicks off at 6:30pm and is hosted by Avid Reader books, West End who describe the book as "an intimate, moving and often shocking memoir. One of the most powerful and highly anticipated Australian stories to be told." The Greek Club is located at 29 Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane just 2 kms from the Brisbane Central Business District.
Share in Archie's remarkable story of love, strength and courage this November. Tell Me Why: The Story of My Life and My Music is published by Simon and Schuster.