Over ten years ago, Deadly Sounds spoke to the revered Olympic athlete, Kyle Vander Kuyp
15.01.07 – In this special Deadly Sounds interview we talk to actor, singer, dancer, musician and producer Trevor Jamieson
In 2006 Deadly Sounds spoke to the second ever Indigenous Australian to play in the NBA, Patrick Mills
Back in ’06 we spoke to the man who is time and time again cited as the best player in the NRL, Johnathan Thurston
04.09.06 – Deadly Sounds talks to a then 16-year-old supermodel, Samantha Harris, about her modelling career so far and where she sees it heading in the future. Samantha also gets put on the spot by singing sensation, Casey Donovan
14.08.06 – The charming, confident and charismatic Dan Sultan spoke to Deadly Sounds eight years ago when he had just released his debut album, ‘Homemade Biscuits’.
7.8.06 – In an interview with the hip hop duo Street Warriors from eight years ago they talk about coming together to make music and the song writing process
30.01.06 – Deadly Sounds speaks to one of the most iconic women in sport, Cathy Freeman about her life after Olympic glory on things like her small screen debut, ongoing education and thoughts of starting a family.
27.10.03 – 11 years ago Deadly Sounds spoke to activist, footballer, leader, role model and 2014 Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes. We talk to him about his recent Brownlow Medal win, what it takes to be an elite athlete and the his thoughts on Nicky Winmar’s iconic anti-racism stand – something that Adam, unbeknownst to him, would emulate a decade after this interview.
03/03/03 – Deadly Sounds speaks to the ARIA award winning diva Christine Anu with a special appearance from her then toddler, Zipporah.
Way back in 2002 we spoke to country music icon, Warren H. Williams who at the time had recently released his third album, ‘Where My Heart Is’
Venture back to 2001 when we talk to Bangarra Dance Theatre composer David Page about what he was up to all those years ago
Yorta Yorta woman and renowned soprano Deborah Cheetham talks to Rhoda about discovering her cultural identity
Rewind to February 2001 when we talk to Mystery Road star Aaron Pedersen about his then role as Senior Constable Michael Reilly on Water Rats and being one of the only Aboriginal people in a mainstream television role
Here it is – the very first Deadly Sounds interview! Our first guest was none other than Aboriginal AFL icon Nicky Winmar. Every Tuesday we’ll be posting a Deadly Sounds interview here on www.deadlyvibe.com.au
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