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Greg Arnold keeps on rockin'

25 Mar 2013

One of the more famous members of staff is Greg Arnold, who lectures in the Bachelor of Australian Popular Music program at NMIT. He was a vocalist and songwriter for early 1990s folk rock band, Things of Stone and Wood, and has a new band, the Swamp Dandies. Read more about his earlier career in this Age article on That was then, this is now.

Besides currently teaching a new generation of musicians at NMIT, Greg also works as an independent producer. Recent work has included working with Melbourne indie band Skipping Girl Vinegar who are currently on a national Australian tour and have achieved a foothold in the international music scene without having a major record label, according to this Dandenong Leader article.

Look out for Greg Arnold's new band, the Swamp Dandies, which will also feature his songwriting talents. Visit his myspace page.

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