Mitchell Creek Rock 'N' Blues Fest

The Badloves

1993 was a great year for The Badloves. Their double platinum debut album "Get on Board" earned them three ARIA Awards including Best New Talent and Breakthrough Artist.

This also introduced Michael Spiby as the new standard in cool.

Featuring the singles Lost, I Remember, Green Limousine and Memphis, the album spent 69 weeks on the charts, peaking at number five.

The Badloves second studio albums, 1995’s Holy Roadside went gold and reached number 14 in the charts.

In 2000, Spiby released his ARIA-nominated solo album "Ho’s Kitchen" which includes the very first song that he ever wrote "Streets Of My Town".