Stevie Wright became a superstar at the age of sixteen, with the iconic rock band The Easybeats the first Australian group to achieve chart success in the UK, US and Europe. He went on to ... See full summary »

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Trudy McRobert

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Caroline Jones Caroline Jones ... Herself - Presenter
Stevie Wright Stevie Wright ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gail Baxter Gail Baxter ... Herself
Michael Chugg Michael Chugg ... Himself (archive footage)
The Easybeats The Easybeats ... Themselves (archive footage)
Gordon 'Snowy' Fleet Gordon 'Snowy' Fleet ... Himself (as Snowy Fleet)
Chris Keeble Chris Keeble ... Herself
Scott McRae Scott McRae ... Himself
Fay Walker Fay Walker ... Herself
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Stevie Wright became a superstar at the age of sixteen, with the iconic rock band The Easybeats the first Australian group to achieve chart success in the UK, US and Europe. He went on to win another generation of fans as a solo artist with hits like 'Evie', 'Hard Road' and 'Black Eyed Bruiser'. But along with the exhilarating highs, he has experienced devastating lows which on several occasions could have been fatal. Now the legend of Stevie Wright is being rekindled with help from fellow musician and lifelong fan, Scott McRae who has created a 'rockumentary' live show of his idol's extraordinary life. Australian Story has recorded Stevie Wright's last public performance a special poignant encore in Scott McRae's stage show. Those interviewed include Stevie Wright, Scott McRae, Gail Baxter former wife, Fay Walker longtime current partner and former Easybeats drummer Snowy Fleet. Written by Australian Story

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 February 2013 (Australia) See more »

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The title of this episode is from the opening line in the lyrics to "Evie - Part II (Evie)": 'Evie, there seems so much to say.' See more »

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Features Bandstand (1958) See more »

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Written by Stevie Wright and George Young
Performed by The Easybeats
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