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Australian Crawl Talks Lifelong Connection To Surfing And Why ’84 Was So Special At Bells Beach

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From the influential rock band Australian Crawl, Bill McDonough and Paul Williams join the podcast to talk about the origins of the band, their roots in Australia, and their lifelong connection to surfing. They look back at the genesis of Australian Crawl in the late 1970s, touring Australia, and eventually making it onto the international scene. They dive into their personal history with surfing, being attracted to the lifestyle, getting into the sport as teenagers, and eventually sponsoring the Bells Beach contest. They also share stories from a lifetime of adventures in rock n roll, explore the buzz you can get only from surfing, and discuss the fortieth anniversary of their four-times Platinum album “Sirocco.”

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