THE SOUL MOVERS & OG Wiggles 'Spinning Round' CLIP & TRACK DROPS 24/07!

"Go Murray GO!"

The Soul Movers get Murray moving - & the whole band working hard - to get their funky retro dance track "Spinning Round" in shape for its drop on July 24!

Catch their special performance (with even more special OG dancers and guests) at the 5pm session of their Brass Monkey Cronulla show on Saturday 25th July!


Be party to the celebrations - wear your retro work-out gear (tennis or gym!) cuz the dance floor is going to be steamed up with some crazy moves -

Big Time! 

"Earning their stripes as one of Australia’s hardest working bands, The Soul Movers have taken their special blend of Soul to the USA and back again to create their new album, BONA FIDE - out now through ABC Music/ UMA.


Fronted by Lizzie Mack and her brother in Soul, Murray Cook, The Soul Movers include in their number, bassman Rodney Auld (The Beatle Boys) Marko Simec on keys (Waiting For Guinness) and funky drummer Lozz Benson (That Redhead).


Never content to spend a night indoors, The Soul Movers headed stateside to record their latest album "Bona Fide" and play shows from LA to NY as they cut their record in a series of iconic studios including Fame and Muscle Shoals in Alabama and Royal and Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.  At the latter, “X” marks the spot where Elvis sang, and that’s where the band layed down some of the finest grooves you’re likely to hear in 2019." Sean Sennett


With Bona Fide, The Soul Movers offer an album that features many hit-making musicians including music legends known as the "Swampers". David Hood joins in on bass, Spooner Oldham on keys and Milton Sledge on drums with key tracks being decorated by guitarist Kelvin Holly, Little Richard's collaborator of 20 years.

In terms of live performance, Glenn A. Baker captures The Soul Movers' festival set perfectly:

"The Soul Movers have become even more road-hardened since returning from their US adventures. The evidence was on display today at the Newtown Festival, where they delivered a cracking 40-minute set that blew everyone away. In fact, the mosh pit became so animated that it was almost lethal!

Murray Cook and Lizzie Mack have forged an alliance so powerful, so fearsomely funky, that The Soul Movers have become one of the most exciting live bands in the land..."

Show Dates Streams & Festivals



Tickets on sale now:

Saturday, Oct 3

Gumball / Dashville Festival

Sunday, July 25, 2021

Splendour In The Grass



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