Voice of the Beehive played toured Australia in 1992 and rocked my world during their Sydney shows in 1992.
Voice of the Beehive sisters Tracey Bryn & Melissa Brooke Belland, as well as Daniel “Woody” Woodgate (Madness) blew into the Triple J studios one Friday afternoon. Wearing fairy outfits and waving magic wands with Woody sporting a huge grin, I knew this interview was going to be fun. It was. The songs I Walk The Earth, Perfect Place, Don’t Call Me Baby, Adonis Blue and their power pop cover of I Think I Love You are some of my favourite pop songs of the late 80s/early 90s.
Voice of the Beehive played Enmore Theatre and the northern beaches while in Sydney in 1992 and I never have found out the secret about the possible surfer guy or why Woody always has a clean white t-shirt on tour.
Bunga Bunga 38 brings together the raw emotion of Tim Ferguson pining for his beautiful wife and Maynard bustin’ some new dance moves while feeling funny in his water about touching someone else laundry.
Tim has some advice for Government, God and even the occasional listener
AND we all can groove to the 80s as well as some organ antics from way back.
We answer your Crankmail, Tim wears a shirt and Maynard gets a free drink.
Check out Maynard’s smooth dance moves at Electronique on Sunday. See you there August 6th.
Rainbow Wars, not Colour Wars as Maynard said on the show.