rage remembers Jon English & Ross Hannaford


Today rage will remember both Jon English and former Daddy Cool guitarist Ross Hannaford.

It will air Ross Hannaford / Daddy Cool videos from 8am today with Jon English after 9am.

The clips will be repeated early on Sunday morning but in the opposite order, with Jon English from 5am and Ross Hannaford from 6am.

BAIO The Names (Liberator)
GREEN BUZZARD (I Don’t Wanna) Break Your Heart (I OH YOU)
RAINBOW CHAN Nest (Silo Arts)
GARY YOUNG WITH DADDY COOL Rock ‘N’ Roll Lady (Sparmac Productions)
DADDY COOL This Day Tonight, December 1971 ()
DADDY COOL Zoom Zoom Zoom (Live at Ridgetop Pop Festival, 1974) ()
ROSS HANNAFORD and LARGEST LIVING THINGS The Man Is Driven (Live on Hessie’s Shed, 1998) ()
ROSS HANNAFORD and PAUL MADIGAN J.A.G. (Live on Rock Arena, 1988) ()
MARK GILLESPIE Small Mercies (Live on Countdown, 1980) (Wheatley Records)
DADDY COOL – LIVE GTK Shake, Rattle and Roll (Festival)
DADDY COOL Bom Bom (Festival)
MIGHTY KONG Beezlebub Boogie – live on GTK (Independent)
DADDY COOL I’ll Never Smile Again (Festival)
DADDY COOL Flip – live on GTK (Independent)
DADDY COOL I Was A Teenage Creature (Independent)
DADDY COOL Gee – live on GTK (Independent)
DADDY COOL Live at The Big Rock Concert, 1975 ()
DADDY COOL – LIVE Come Back Again (Festival)
DADDY COOL Eagle Rock (Festival)
JON ENGLISH Some People (Have All The Fun) (WEA)
JON ENGLISH Hold Back The Night (Live on Countdown, 1981) (Mercury)
JON ENGLISH Carmilla (Mercury)
JON ENGLISH Hot Town (Mercury)
JON ENGLISH Nights In Paradise (Live On Countdown, 1978) (Polydor)
JON ENGLISH Rehearsal for ‘The Bacchoi’ (GTK, 1974) ()
JON ENGLISH Emotion (Midnight Records)
JON ENGLISH Lay It All Down (Live on The Real Thing, 1977) (Mercury)
JON ENGLISH Words Are Not Enough (Mercury)
JON ENGLISH Straight From The Heart (Live on Countdown, 1981) (Mercury)
1979 COUNTDOWN ROCK AWARDS April 13th, 1980 ()
JON ENGLISH The Shining (Live on Countdown, 1981) (Mercury)
JON ENGLISH and MARCIA HINES Jokers And Queens (Live on Countdown, 1982) (Midnight Records)
JON ENGLISH Hollywood 7 (Polydor)

rage playlist

The Jon English Memorial
Capitol Theatre, 13 Campbell Street, Haymarket, Sydney
4:30pm for 5pm start, Monday April 4.
Open to the public.


    • Yes, Turn the Page, Behind Blue Eyes and Six Ribbons are my favourite songs so disappointing that they are missing. Definitely Jon’s best songs.
      But kudos to Rage for putting together a pretty good tribute, especially the Countdown performances.

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