In February 2001 Ted Mulry revealed he was suffering brain cancer. Ted passed away on September 1 that year, just one day short of his 50th birthday. This DVD features the concerts held in commemoration of his career. The shows were recorded at City Live, Fox Studios, Sydney - March 2001.
"Hour after hour the roar was relentless, as one Oz Rock icon after another took to the stage to celebrate a life in music, their performances were given extra edge by the occasion and by the indefatigable audience. It was a night of stellar singers and powerhouse bands reformed or still rocking dispensing blistering and sometimes unexpected sets. As one of the three comperes I was privileged to witness a frail, wrapped and emotionally buoyed Ted observe from the wings old sparring partners Sherbert in full flight, his big-voiced brother Steve Mulry out front of his original Gang, and Whitlams leader Tim Freedman gentling rendering his early folkish pop hits Julia and Falling in Love Again. It still rings in my ears. After this it may long ring in yours."   
                                                                                    GLENN A. BAKER. 11 February 2003.
The first disc features performances by Jean Paul Young, Richard Clapton, The Masters Apprentices, Russell Morris, Billy Thorpe, The Angels, Ross Wilson, Marty Rhone, Ted Mulry Gang (with Ted's brother Steve up front) and members of INXS.
Disc 2 showcases Rose Tattoo, Kevin Borich, Jon English, Mental As Anything, The Radiators, Noiseworks, Sherbert, Tim Freedman, Sebastian Hardie, Adam Brand and Autumn.

Extra Features

  • Last video clip from Ted Mulry ' Stay With Me'Celebrity InterviewsMusic Max Mini DocumentaryOriginal TMG Video clipsPhoto GalleryTed Mulry Biography


  • Jean Paul Young
  • Richard Clapton


  • Various
  • No. discs 2
  • Running time 312 min
  • Audio format 2.0
  • Region ALL
  • Format PAL
  • Color COLOUR
  • Language English
  • Catalogue No. DAVID1888
  • Aspect ratio 4:3
  • Subtitles -
  • M

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