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Back for one day only, Paul Keating

10 November 2021

5:06 PM

10 November 2021

5:06 PM

As we were reminded many, many times 30 years ago — that’s a generation, by the way — Paul Keating used to manage a rock band.

The Ramrods (that was their name) never bothered the charts, but Keating himself must have learnt all about marketing.

In the quarter of a century — that’s almost a generation — since he was so firmly knocked out of the Lodge, he’s successfully reinvented himself as a nostalgia act that’s yet not nostalgia, that still has that edge.

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