New music documentary of Joe Camilleri : AUSTRALIA’S MALTESE FALCON.

Joe Camilleri: Australia’s Maltese Falcon is a new feature length documentary that traces Camilleri’s Maltese background to Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons to the rise of The Black Sorrows to now, including the 2011 making of The Black Sorrows’ stunning collectors edition of Crooked Little Thoughts 3CD/Book set.

Featuring over 35 songs with rarely seen concert footage from across many aspects of Camilleri’s music career, this is a fascinating and an intimate portrait of the man and his passion for music.

Click link here to view… Joe Camilleri: Australia\'s Maltese Falcon Trailer

Out Now thru Head Records.

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Jul 3 2012

The Story So Far

The Story So Far! delves deep into the minds and lives of some of this country’s finest musicians. This Sunday, July 8, Joe takes to the stage to engage & enlighten in the unique live chat show format and performs songs that have shaped and inspired his career.

Join hosts Hosts Sunny Leunig and 3RRR’s Jacinta Parsons and spend your winter afternoon this Sunday with Joe @ The Bella Union.

CHAPTER TWO: SUNDAY JULY 8 at 3pm – Joe Camilleri & Jess Cornelius (Teeth & Tongue)


Following the successful release of Crooked Little Thoughts, you can now feast your eyes on a select number of videos that feature on the 3CD collection.

Money Talkin

Lovers’ Story

Nothin Lasts Forever

The highlight of the north’s exciting fun-filled Ord Valley Muster, the Kimberly Moon Experience, happens this Saturday 2nd June. The banks of the majestic Ord River will be home to some of Australia’s greatest musicians, including The Black Sorrows. This unique event at the Jim Hughes Ampitheatre will feature, alongside The Sorrows, Paul Kelly & Kasey Chambers.

Audience members are invited to bring a rug, picnic hamper and esky or indulge in the Kimberley Fine Diamonds Corporate Circle with fine wines and a delicious sit-down dinner by one of Western Australia’s most dynamic chefs, Don Hancey.

If you can’t make it to the Kimberly region, be sure to check out The Black Sorrows, at the Victoria Hotel in Darwin before they Outback trek is made.

For bookings and more information Ph 08 8981 4011