He’s the first Australian musician since the 1950’s to release a 78 gramophone record.
He embraced his love of vintage fashion when he was still in high school.
He’s got a collection of over 5 thousand 500 gramophone records.
And he even has his own orchestra!
He is Andrew Nolte.
Photo: Shannon Brooke Imagery Hair: Mavis Mayhem
Growing up during the Rockabilly revival in the 1980’s Kirsty Wallett, aka France Flathead , was surrounded by vintage cars, fashion and music.
So it’s not surprising that as an adult she found herself living a vintage life.
But even still, like so many of us, it has been an interesting journey.
We’re going retro dancing this week.
Come with us to Dallas Texas to meet the incredible Pistolettes!
This vintage loving troupe of go-go dancers are sure to entertain and have some incredible insights into the vintage scene in Dallas.
Time to swap camper trailer wheels for roller skates.
It’s time for the last stop on our virtual vintage voyage month of June.
Today we have not one, not two but three incredible people for you to meet!
Ladies and gentlemen meet the Rollin’ Ragdolls!
How big is your vinyl record collection?
There is no doubt there is something incredible about playing records with friends in our lounge rooms. But what if you could take your favourite records, head to a swanky bar and hit the turntables for the night.
Thanks to the Melbourne Record Club and Leif van den Dungen you can!
(photo: Ripple Digital Designs)
This week we are running away and joining the circus!
What is it about that big top, the acrobats, trapeze artists and clowns that inspire us to dream of a life travelling the world performing.
But what if you made the dream a reality?
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Adele La Belle!
Lucy Watusi on tour in Japan with The Beehives Go Go Dancers. Photo by @kazuyuki_n
We are sharing some fun loving 1960’s vibes on the podcast this week.
Before you hit play you need your dancing shoes, a bottle of water and 100% energy.
We are going Go-Go Dancing with Lucy Watusi, one of the members of the Beehive Go-Go Dancers.
Pack your bags because we are off to a new city this week.
We are jumping on a train and travelling to the capital of Australia, Canberra to meet Bonita from Lavender and Twill.
Photo: John Paul Bichard
This week we are off to Berlin to meet an Australian who is ingrained in the German cities burlesque scene.
It was a first date that saw La Viola Vixen first experience the art of burlesque.
Miller-Stockman catalogue 1946 – note the ‘Welcome home’ message to WWII returned service folk.
Saddle up guys and dolls we are heading into the wild wild west.
In episode 18 we are focusing on vintage western wear because we have found someone who is a keen collector.