Our second live show of the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, recorded at the Crown and Sceptre, and featuring the incredible true story of Alex Innocenti. Alex was a pioneer on the World fashion stage, and one of Australia's greatest music promoters during the 1960s and 70s. In 1971 he put together the Myponga Pop Festival, remembered to this very day as 'Australia's Woodstock'. The festival featured the likes of Daddy Kool, Spectrum and Black Sabath, just to name a few. 

This is one wild ride into the life and times of one of Adelaide's coolest ever cats. 

(Please note, the audio is a little patchy at the start of the episode but improves dramatically after a few minutes. Stick with it). 

Our final show of the Adelaide Fringe is on Saturday 16th March. It's totally SOLD OUT so If you managed to get a ticket, we'll see you there. 

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