Brady tells life story

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The iconic Aus­tralian bal­ladeer re­spon­si­ble for ev­ery­thing from an­thems such as Up There Cazaly and the Hard Yakka com­mer­cial jin­gle en­ter­tained a ca­pac­ity crowd at Hor­sham RSL.

Mike Brady per­formed at a Wimmera Aus­tralians in Re­tire­ment com­mu­nity fo­rum, which chair­man Rick Walker de­scribed as ‘an out­stand­ing suc­cess’.

“We had buses come from Kaniva, Beu­lah and War­rackn­abeal. Brady spoke about his life, start­ing with mi­grat­ing to Aus­tralia when he was a child and how he left school at 14 and soon af­ter started his singing ca­reer,” he said.

“He per­formed quite a few of the com­mer­cial jin­gles that he wrote and sang, and con­cluded singing his trade­mark Up There Cazaly and One Day In September.”

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