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The Fergusons

The Fergusons

The Fergusons


The Fergusons played their farewell gig in early 2005, marking the end of this four-year five-piece indie rock band. From humble beginnings in a garage in Perth, Western Australia, the band released their first EP in 2001, and by the time they had released their second EP 'Never Too Young To Hitchhike', they had gained critical acclaim, radio airplay around Australia, some big-name supports including The Breeders and The Violent Femmes. With the single 'Everything's Gone Bad' featuring in Triple J's 'Hottest 100' Read more on Last.fm
The Fergusons played their farewell gig in early 2005, marking the end of this four-year five-piece indie rock band. From humble beginnings in a garage in Perth, Western Australia, the band released their first EP in 2001, and by the time they had released their second EP 'Never Too Young To Hitchhike', they had gained critical acclaim, radio airplay around Australia, some big-name supports including The Breeders and The Violent Femmes. With the single 'Everything's Gone Bad' featuring in Triple J's 'Hottest 100', and a stack of WAMI awards under their belt, it was with great sadness that Western Australia marked the end of their career, with Al Nistelberger (guitar, vocals), Grant Joyce (bass, vocals) and Wayne Beadon (guitar, vocals) moving on to the band 'Bipolar Bears' without Matt Wheeler (drums, vocals) or Mike Bruce (guitar, vocals). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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