RocKwiz Salutes the Bowl

Host Julia Zemiro Featuring Brian, The RocKwiz Orkestra, Various Artists

Relive the February 2009 special RocKwiz event, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Melbourne's iconic Myer Music Bowl. Jam packed with very special guests. Read More

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  • 88 mins
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  • Dolby Digital 5.1
  • 21st August 2009
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Here it is, the critically acclaimed final episode of RocKwiz Series Six in its entirety - celebrating 50 years of music at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Relive this special event with Julia, Brian, The RocKwiz Orchestra and Dugald, featuring performances by some of Australia's finest musos.


  1. Nic Cester & Ashley Naylor - Venus & Mars / Rock Show / Maybe I'm Amazed
  2. Kram - Most People I Know (Think That I'm Crazy)
  3. Rebecca Barnard & Billy Miller - World Of Our Own
  4. Adalita - Rock 'N' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution
  5. Kutcha Edwards, Ron Murray & Joshua Bond - Treaty
  6. Denis Walter - Crunchy Granola Suite
  7. Jeff Duff - Dancing Queen
  8. Paul Kelly - Cinnamon Girl
  9. Mick Fettes - 12Lb Toothbrush
  10. Stephen Cummings & Andrew Pendlebury - Who Listens To The Radio?
  11. Ella Hooper & Bob Starkie - Living In The Seventies
  12. Ross Wilson & Ross Hannaford - Bom Bom
  13. Ross Wilson & Ross Hannaford - Hi Honey Ho
  14. Bella Hunter - April Sun In Cuba
  15. Dave Faulkner & Lisa Miller - Like A Rolling Stone
  16. Patience Hodgson, Glenn Richards & Paul Kelly - Leaps And Bounds
  17. Judith Durham - The Carnival Is Over<br><br>
  • RocKwiz - awards and nominations:
    Nominee 2009 AFI Award Best Light Entertainment Television Series
    Nominee 2008 AFI Award Best Light Entertainment Television Series
    Winner  2007 AFI Award Best Light Entertainment Television Series

Special Features:
    •  Dolby Digitial - 5.1 Surround sound; 2.0 Stereo
Language: English
Barcode: 9341004005150

Product Reviews (1)

26 May 2014 19:18 AEST
roderick garton
from: hobart

jeff duff rules ok - It's great to see Oz-rock in safe hands in this show. There are many rock artists of today that I would not have heard of, or could have shared about, if it weren't for this DVD. For example, I flew up from Hobart to Sydney to see the Jeff Duff Bowie show at the Enmore a few years ago. The woman who happened to be seated next to me said she loved Jeff Duff, but she also appreciated "that girl" ... I said "Adalita", with a question-mark, and so it was. I couldn't have said so, from Hobart, if it wasn't for SBS-TV, revealing the stuff. But Jeff Duff is every kind of king along every rock phase of Australian music from being black-n-white on the Paul Hogan Show to this DVD.

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