Yothu Yindi in Concert at Wetlands - 1991 at Wetlands in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Steve Eichner/WireImage)

Exploring the Rich Tapestry of Indigenous Music

Welcome to our special NAIDOC Week celebration on Triple Homegrown! In this episode, we have the privilege of honoring the extraordinary Indigenous artists who have not only shaped our music but have also influenced some of our most iconic albums. Join us as we embark on a journey through the captivating world of Indigenous music, showcasing rising talents and paying homage to the legends who continue to make waves globally.


Unveiling Rising Indigenous Artists

Prepare to be amazed by the rising generation of Indigenous artists who are conquering the world with their unique stories and captivating live performances. Our stellar lineup includes King Stingray, Busby Marou, Peter Garrett, Shane Howard, Chasing Ghosts, Dan Sultan, and Scott Darlow. These artists represent the vibrant tapestry of Indigenous music and bring fresh perspectives to the forefront.

A Tapestry of Indigenous Music

Throughout the show, we’ve curated an incredible playlist that showcases the rich tapestry of Indigenous music. Each song embodies the spirit and diversity of Indigenous artistry. From Yothu Yindi’s original version of “Treaty” to King Stingray’s tracks like “Down Under” and “Lookin’ Out,” the playlist is a sonic journey that takes you deep into the heart of Indigenous culture and creativity.

Yothu Yindi in Concert at Tramps – 1992. New York, USA. (Photo by Patti Ouderkirk/WireImage)

Legendary Tracks and Timeless Renditions

Experience the powerful sounds of Midnight Oil with classics like “Beds are Burning” and “The Dead Heart.” Dan Sultan’s “Took the Children Away” and Shane Howard’s acoustic rendition of “Solid Rock” evoke profound emotions and resonate with audiences worldwide. Scott Darlow’s “Deadly Heart” and “Forgotten Australia” captivate listeners with their mesmerizing melodies and thought-provoking lyrics.

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Musical Landscapes and Soulful Serenades

Let Busby Marou’s “Where I Wanna Be” and “Conversation” transport you to new musical landscapes. Chasing Ghosts will soothe your soul with the unplugged version of “Summer.” Kev Carmody’s “From Little Things Big Things Grow” and Dan Sultan’s “Won’t Give You That” and “Kimberley Calling” leave a lasting impression, reflecting the raw beauty and significance of Indigenous storytelling through music.

A Special Collaboration and a Grand Finale

To top it all off, we have a special collaboration between Budjerah, WILSN, and the timeless hit “Better Be Home Soon.” This collaboration represents the spirit of unity and shared appreciation for Indigenous talent. As we bring this NAIDOC Week celebration to a close, we invite you to experience the power, passion, and indelible spirit of Indigenous music that will leave you inspired and in awe of Australia’s rich musical heritage.


Tune in now to Triple Homegrown’s NAIDOC Week special and join us in paying homage to these remarkable artists who have shaped the course of our music scene and continue to make waves on a global scale. Experience the profound impact and cultural significance of Indigenous music in this unforgettable episode of Triple Homegrown. Let us celebrate the diversity, creativity, and excellence of Indigenous musicians and honor their contributions to the musical landscape.

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