The Emigrant and the Exile

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The Emigrant and the Exile
by John Munro

Eric Bogle is a songwriter whose songs have been recorded by such as Joan Baez, The Pogues, The Fureys, June Tabor, and many others. He is best known for songs such as And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda, The Green Fields of France, Now Im Easy, Leaving Nancy, and hundreds of others, which have touched the hearts or tickled the funny bones of many.

He was born in Peebles, Scotland, in 1944 and migrated to Australia in 1969. His songs have earned him the Order of Australia and the UN Peace Medal among many other accolades. Eric and I (as his accompanist) have travelled the world many times since joining forces in 1980, and Erics music is appreciated across North America, Europe, and Australia. Now its time to stop and reflect on the journey.

About the Author

John Munro was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1947 and migrated to Australia in 1965. He thinks hell stay. John is a world-renowned guitarist and songwriter, having toured the UK, Canada, the US, and Europe on many occasions with Australias Colcannon and as accompanist to Eric Bogle.

John is a social worker by training and lives in Adelaide, South Australia, with his wife, Alana. His inherited children, Tabetha and Jarrod, live nearby with their partners, David and Stacey, respectively. Tabetha and David have contributed two exceptional grandchildren, Flynn and Elijah. Jarrod and Stacey have some catching up to do.

(2010, paperback, 180 pages)