Blake Solly, the footy is back & Dargan debuts in the Bankwest blockbuster

On the podcast this week we speak to Souths CEO Blake Solly, check out our debutant Troy Dargan & look at the moster clash with the Roosters at Bankwest Stadium.

Blake Solly

Newly appointed Rabbitohs CEO Blake Solly is a fine administrator & in our dealings with him he has only ever been welcoming & friendly. We spoke to The Juniors Chairman Keith McCraw about Blake. Keith has put a lot of work into building a close relationship between the junior & senior clubs. Keith said “Blake is an absolute champion & a good operator, we are in good hands”.

South Sydney Rabbitohs CEO Blake Solly’s life in rugby league

Blake Solly Wikipedia

Blake Solly appointed Rabbitohs’ CEO

Super League’s revolutionary format is matter of pride to Blake Solly

Last week the Rabbitohs announced Menulog as a sponsor

Troy Dargan

Troy Dargan is a 22 year old former Australian Schoolboy and NSW U20s representative as well as representing Cook Islands at Test level. Dargan played for the Guildford Owls, Wentworthville Magpies, Parramatta Eels, Brisbane Broncos & Norths Devils before arriving at Souths. A highly-regarded junior coming through the ranks at the Eels, Dargan played in the 2014 Australian Schoolboys team alongside the likes of Latrell Mitchell, Brock Lamb and Jayden Brailey and in 2016 was the Eels’ NYC Players’ Player and halfback in the NYC Team of the Year.

In 2018 it was reported that Dargan was considered for the starting half role in Round 1 for the Broncos but his NRL dream wasn’t realised. Dargan said at the time “My dad played footy and I just grew up with a football in my hand. Mum and Dad always say one of the first steps I took as a child was walking to try and kick a footy”.

“Mum and Dad said I used to sleep with a ball under my arm every night so I just grew up with a footy and then when you turn 6 and 7 that’s when you start playing and never looked back.

Take a look at his highlight package in the 2019 QLD Cup (below) & you can’t help but be impressed. Dargan is quick, runs the ball, has magic ball skills & a great left foot kicking game. If he can bring that form to the Rabbitohs he’s going be a star in the NRL. On the podcast last year in Season 1 Episode 12 Grand Final Heroes, Scott Sattler praised Dargan, saying he is a speedy halfback & Wayne Bennett is a big fan.

Troy Dargan Official Profile

Troy Dargan Norths Devils

Troy Dargan Brisbane Broncos

Troy Dargan Junior Career

Troy Dargan ready for makeshift halves role for South Sydney, Rabbitohs captain says

Dargans’ highlights package showcases a young gun that could be set to explode on the NRL scene

‘We’ve seen more violence over toilet rolls’: Crowe defends Walker, backs Bennett’s ‘leadership’

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Rabbitoh Of The Week

Michael Gibson

Mick & Blake at Bourke Street Bakery Kirrawee
Rabbitohs fans Chloe & Blake

We spoke to Michael ‘Gibbo’ Gibson about his life as a Rabbitohs supporter. Gibbo is a regular at Bourke Street Bakery & says “If you like mochas and hot chocs you will love the Bourke Street Bakery ones because they use real chocolate buds in there instead of chocolate powder, hardly any joints do that”.

“I’m an inner city boy fell & in love with Rabbitohs in late 80’s while living at Woolloomooloo. I grew up in The Rocks/Millers Point (Ex Rabbitoh Chris Caruana is from same area).”

“My mother and family are Carrions & grew up in Douglas and Mount Streets in Redfern. My uncles Ray and Roy Carrion were Souths fans.”

“My favourite Souths players over the years are Phil Blake for his individual brilliance and Tugger for his craftiness in the late 80’s. I also loved watching Tricky Trindall in the 90’s, he was probably my favourite player to watch of all of them, he was a standout when we were doing it tough. I liked watching John Sutton come through mid 2000’s especially at 5’8, I loved his skill set and left hand offload & more recently watching Cam Murray in attack and defence has been amazing.”

“I haven’t got a favourite moment but just having a quality team to follow each year is my highlight and one that my kids are excited to follow especially after those dark years we had, that’s what I’m happy about. I predict another grand final win before Wayne retires.”

“My kids Chloe and Blake are now mad Rabbitohs fans even though we moved out of the Souths area 2 years ago. My son Blake loves Cody Walker and wants to be him all the time, even my daughter pretends to be John Sutton when they are running around tackling each other.”

“I walked out to my first amateur fight with Reggie Rabbit leading me out to the sounds of Glory Glory. This was a highlight of my sporting life by far.” Michael Gibson

Watch Charlie rabbit lead Mick into battle
Gibbo sparring Luke Burgess
Gibbo making his big entrance with Charlie Rabbit

The Juniors is opening its doors on Monday 1st of June 2020

Mark ‘Spudd’ Carroll & the countdown to kickoff.

Mark Carroll

On the show this week we speak to rugby league legend Mark ‘Spudd” Carroll.

Spudd kicks his one & only field goal & that famous clash with the Chief

Mark Carroll Wikipedia

Mark Carroll Career Stats

Matty Johns reveals extent of infamous feud between Paul Harragon and Mark Carroll

Mark Carroll gets passionate about fitness through his Sydney gym

‘He saw red’: What made Cody Walker snap and fly-kick a man on the street

James Roberts’ partner opens up as Souths star aims to play just 7 days after rehab

Pride Of The League – The history of South Sydney

Peter Tunks, Greg Hawick & the defeat of the Dogs RABBITOHS RADIO

On our huge show this week we feature 2 of the greatest rugby league players of all time Peter Tunks & Greg Hawick. https://rabbitohsradio.com.au/2020/07/05/peter-tunks-greg-hawick-the-defeat-of-the-dogs/
  1. Peter Tunks, Greg Hawick & the defeat of the Dogs
  2. Bayley Sironen, Arthur Hennessy & the Battling Bulldogs
  3. Jeremy Muir, Roy Asotasi & Doug The Cowboy
  4. Jason Clark, Number 9 & The Bunnies Are Back!
  5. Keaon, Cody, Pati & the Jet

Junior Tatola, Zoom & the Badge

On the podcast this week we speak to Rabbitohs forward Junior Tatola, discuss the Zoom boom, mention NRL referee Gavin Badger plus lots more.

JUNIOR TATOLA

Junior Tatola Wikipedia

Junior Tatola Career Stats

Zooming in on the Rabbitohs

On the show we talk about the explosion in popularity of Zoom communication.

GAVIN BADGER

We intent to get ‘The Badge’ on the podcast soon for a chat.

NICK LONERGANS SOUTHS JUNIOR TEAM

Mavos’ favourite Rabbitoh moment
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Peter Tunks, Greg Hawick & the defeat of the Dogs RABBITOHS RADIO

On our huge show this week we feature 2 of the greatest rugby league players of all time Peter Tunks & Greg Hawick. https://rabbitohsradio.com.au/2020/07/05/peter-tunks-greg-hawick-the-defeat-of-the-dogs/
  1. Peter Tunks, Greg Hawick & the defeat of the Dogs
  2. Bayley Sironen, Arthur Hennessy & the Battling Bulldogs
  3. Jeremy Muir, Roy Asotasi & Doug The Cowboy
  4. Jason Clark, Number 9 & The Bunnies Are Back!
  5. Keaon, Cody, Pati & the Jet

SPECIAL MOMENTS IN SPORT – Showdown at Richmond – The day the legend, the lady & the kid from Redfern went to battle on the track.

It’s a miserable windswept rainy Tuesday afternoon in 1987 at the Richmond Race Club harness track in Sydney.

A race is about to start & Newbridge Boy driven by the 17 year old kid from Redfern Darren Brown is raring to go with his ears pricked. Newbridge Boy is a long shot to win, its a strong field with most of the other runners more fancied.

The Atlantic Star has the legend John E Binskin at the helm & Sunlit Path, the odds on favourite has the lady Leanne Beynon in the sulky.

This isn’t the group one Inter Dominion Final or the Miracle Mile, it’s the Intermediate Handicap at a mid week meeting but the legend, the lady & the kid from Redfern are about to go to battle on the track. This is a special moment in sport.

The first harness race in this country was held in Parramatta in 1810 & was won by a horse named Miss Kitty. I’m going to tell you a story about a harness race win that took place 177 years later. It isn’t a famous victory, there’s no record breaking margin or notoriety other than for the people involved. It is however an important milestone in the life of one man, a man who will forever remember the day he took on a challenge & won. That man is Darren Brown.

This story describes a special day in the Brown family. It’s the day that Darren Leslie Brown drove his one & only harness race winner trained by his dad Leslie William Brown at Richmond in Sydney.

Darren Brown drives Newbridge Boy to win by 10 metres

Darren Brown steered Newbridge Boy to victory by 10 metres in a time of 2 minutes 43.4 seconds at odds of 33 to 1 in the Intermediate Handicap from a standing start over 2020 metres. Odds on favourite Sunlit Path driven by Leanne Beynon was 2nd & The Atlantic Star driven by the late John Binskin was 3rd. Newbridge Boy was owned by W. Stolzenbach.

Watch the closing moments of the race here

So Darren drove a winner at big odds but there’s a few of reasons why this should never have happened. Here’s a summary-

  1. Newbridge Boy hadn’t won a race since 1985 & in its last start at Gosford it ran 10th beaten by 20 metres.
  2. The majority of the 9 other horses in the race were better performed than Newbridge Boy & 2 of those were driven by proven harness racing stars. Sunlit Path was the odds on favourite & was handled by Leanne Beynon who was Sydneys’ leading female trainer/driver of the 80s & 90s. The Atlantic Star was driven by group 1 winner John Binskin, a man regarded as one of the finest horseman ever in the sport. To this day there is a Binskin Lounge at Bankstown Paceway. Its named in honour of the Binskin family racing trio of Johns’ father Jack & his son Darren. All of whom are harness racing stars.
  3. Darren Brown was a kid with limited experience so his presence in the race was assumed to be ‘making up the numbers’.
  4. Roughies don’t usually lead all the way, they sometimes go to an early lead but more often than not capitulate & stop like they’ve been shot with a gun way before the winning post.

There is however more than one reason why Darren did win-

  1. He grew up in Great Buckinghham Street Redfern where they breed them tough. Darrens’ will to win would see him play over 200 first grade rugby league games in both Australia & England.
  2. Darren was a naturally gifted driver, Darren Binskin said “Darren (Brown) from the get go sat in the gig well & looked like a harness driver. He also took his opportunity.”
  3. The horse liked the wet & had previously won a race at Richmond.
  4. A horse that was challenging for the lead James Dee broke & galloped handing Newbridge Boy an easy quarter in the lead as they heard the bell for the last lap.

THE STORY OF THE RACE & THE MAIN PARTICIPANTS

Les Brown & Darren Brown

Les Brown was born in Redfern in 1949, is a Rabbitohs rugby league supporter & played halfback in the lower grades for the Bunnies. Les was a successful harness trainer/driver who tasted Group 1 success in 2006 with his horse Bold And Regal. The Brown family were all fighters, 3 of Les’ uncles fought at the Sydney Stadium one night. Les’ uncle Darby Brown was a champion boxer who held the welterweight title & was inducted in the Australian National Boxing Hall Of Fame in 2015. Les’ son Darren Brown was born in 1969, is a Rabbitohs supporter & played 208 first grade rugby league games in both Australia & England.

“When Darren was 14 or 15 years old you couldn’t keep him off the horses” Les said. “So if I didn’t let him drive he used to blow up all the time. So he began driving for me occasionally & on the day of the race I had to work. Darren took charge, he took Newbridge Boy to Richmond, geared it, drove it & drove it good too.

“I was only 17 years old & there was a bit of pressure on me to take the horse there” Darren said. “I had to do everything, it was a wet day pouring rain. The horse wasn’t a great one but he used to go well on this track. He liked the grass surface, a wet track & the way of going so everything was in his favour on this day.

“Newbridge Boy was 33 to 1 but we thought he had a big hope. There was an odds on favourite in the race (Sunlit Path) but I was quietly confident. I knew we were going to lead and early in the race the driver of the favourite loomed up to pressure me but then she backed off & I got a couple of easy quarters. Around the home turn I kicked away but back then Richmond had a 300 metre straight & the winning post took forever to get past. Half way down the straight I got a little bit excited & hit the horse a few too many times with the old cane whip & copped a fine from the stewards.

“In the end I won the race & beat a couple legend drivers in Leanne Beynon & John Binskin, it was a great thrill. I drove Newbridge Boy in his next start at Penrith & he had run a quick time at Richmond so he was the favourite. We started from the back & he was a pretty fierce horse & used to get on the bit. Once we were away I couldn’t really hold him so I had to go around the field & sit in the worst position in the race in what is called the ‘death seat’ which is just outside the leader. Anyway the horse faded in the run, ran last & the punters booed me off the track.” (Ironically the winner of that race was My Triumph driven by John E Binskin)

Watch the Les & Darren Brown interview plus our visit to Bankstown Paceway here.

Leanne Beynon

Leanne Beynon was a successful female harness trainer/driver. Beynon won races at Sydneys’ Harold Park & was also victorious in the time honoured feature PJ Hall Memorial (Perc Hall) in 1998 with Our Big Monte over 2420m at Penrith Paceway.

In 1987 Darren Brown was dating Leannes’ sister Michelle & Darren stayed at the Beynon house the night before the race. The Beynons were a harness racing family & the girls father John Beynon was highly regarded in the industry.

“They were talking their horse Sunlit Path up” Darren recalled, “They said their horse was flying (it had won 5 races previously including a win at Richmond) & they were going to rip into me & attack me if I took the lead & that I would eventually have to hand up to them (give them the lead). I said we’ll see on the day then in the race she attacked me early but I got the bikkies & had the last laugh so to Leanne thanks a lot!

“Leanne was talented from the start & was good with the horses” said Darren Binskin. “She was one of the first ladies in the sport & did exceptionally well. Leanne also had a lot of friends at Bankstown who had her back & would look out for her”.

We also heard that Leanne had a fiery side that would flare up when she was crossed. This passionate trait was no doubt an asset for a lady making her way in a male dominated sport.

Leanne Beynon
4 weeks after running 2nd to the Darren Brown driven Newbridge Boy, trainer/driver Leanne Beynon piloted Sunlit Path to victory at Bankstown.
Leanne Beynon drives Keringle Classique to victory at Harold Park.

John E Binskin

John E Binskin
John Binskin pilots another winner

John E Binskin was the leading harness driver (36 wins 1978-79) & trainer (30 wins 1980-81) at Harold Park in Sydney. Johns’ son Darren was also top trainer (42 wins 1995-96) at the same venue which was the home of harness racing in NSW until it was closed in 2010 & relocated to Menangle in western Sydney.

In 1988 John Binskin drove Our Maestro to win the group one Inter-Dominion Final at Harold Park. In the same race Johns’ son Darren drove Karalta Gift to 6th place & shook hands with his dad after they both had passed the winning post. Also at the track was Johns’ father Jack who was celebrating his 81st birthday.

“There’ll be a lot of tears shed around this course because (Binskin) has been a very poplular driver over many years” said ABC caller David Morrow. “I’m sure his father Jack will be shedding a little tear because his son has finally cracked it for an Inter Dominion championship”,

The Binskins are a famous racing family. There is a Binskin Lounge at Bankstown Paceway named after John, his father Jack & son Darren (As told to me by Chad Bentley son of the late Les Bentley former longtime Bankstown Paceway President). Tragically John passed away in 1999 after he collapsed in the Binskin Lounge. Darren Binskin says that he takes comfort in the fact that his dad died with friends around him & didn’t die alone.

“JE was a great reinsman who just had an aura about him’ said Darren Brown. “He had a distinctive style, his famous silks were black with green stars & he wielded the whip in his left hand. After I won the race on Newbridge Boy, John lent over the sulky & shook my hand, it’s a moment I’ll never forget”.

The Binskin family at a trotting function. From left – Garry, Rita, John, Darren and Greg Binskin
Jack, John & Darren Binskins’ images behind the bar in the Binskin Lounge at Bankstown Paceway
John Binskin drives Our Maestro to victory in the 1988 Inter Dominion Final at Harold Park in Sydney
John Binskin shows Action Advice the whip with his left hand at Harold Park, Sydney 1980

Richmond Racetrack

The Richmond track, based at Londonderry, was first opened as a thoroughbred and harness track and held its first meeting on December 17, 1912. Aside from four years during the depression, the track has continually held race meetings until the present day.

The gallops ceased racing at Richmond in 1952 and the Club then operated solely with its trotting licence until October 1955 when greyhound racing was introduced on the straight track on site on Saturday afternoons. The Richmond trotting track was grass & with a straight of 300m long which was the longest in NSW.

On December 30, 1997, the last harness meeting was held at Richmond is now used solely for greyhound racing.

Bankstown Paceway

We visited Bankstown Paceway & Darren took us to Ellis Street which is a short walk from the track. Almost every house in Ellis Street once had stables in the backyard & it was here that the Browns, Binskins & Beynons all lived in 1987. In this era the sound of horses walking to & from the track all morning was the norm. These days many of the houses have been developed into housing blocks including Les Browns’ old home. Only a handful of trainers remain in the area & only 22 meetings are held per year at Bankstown.

Whilst at the track we were given a tour by operations manager Steve Thurlow. Steves’ son Ricky drove his first harness winner in his first ever drive for Les Brown.

Chad Bentley recalled fond memories of weekly family visits the track. “It was what all the local families did” said Chad. “We’d all go for a night out & have a great time”.

Harold Park

John Binskins’ wife Rita was a regular at Harold Park on Friday nights & would sit in the same seat every week with her friend Shirley. Rita was loved by all. Former Sydney race caller John Tapp described her as “a special lady”.

“My mums a very classy lady & always dressed immaculately” said son Darren. “People loved to talk to her because she was a bit of an entertainer”.

Long time Harold Park bookie Billy Trotter owned Bold And Regal, the horse that Les Brown trained to win the Group 1 Sires Stakes. “Billy took everyones money” said Les Brown. “and hes still got it”.

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Harness Racing History

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Peter Tunks, Greg Hawick & the defeat of the Dogs RABBITOHS RADIO

On our huge show this week we feature 2 of the greatest rugby league players of all time Peter Tunks & Greg Hawick. https://rabbitohsradio.com.au/2020/07/05/peter-tunks-greg-hawick-the-defeat-of-the-dogs/
  1. Peter Tunks, Greg Hawick & the defeat of the Dogs
  2. Bayley Sironen, Arthur Hennessy & the Battling Bulldogs
  3. Jeremy Muir, Roy Asotasi & Doug The Cowboy
  4. Jason Clark, Number 9 & The Bunnies Are Back!
  5. Keaon, Cody, Pati & the Jet

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Craig ‘Tugger’ Coleman


On the podcast this week we talk to Rabbitohs legend Craig ‘Tugger’ Coleman & discuss all the big issues at South Sydney & the NRL.

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Craig Coleman

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Don Cameron says: I saw Tugger grow up loving his football as a kid and as a senior player with South Sydney. There were some tough players that wore the red and green John Sattler, Les Davidson, David Boyle, Micheal Andrews but non tougher than Craig, he never took a backward step he had no fear. (28/12/2016) Rugby League Project

Legend Q&A: Craig Coleman

Captain in Focus: Craig Coleman

1989 Rabbitohs: Where are they now?

Latrell Mitchell & Josh Addo-Carr caught camping & fined

Get well soon Les Smith

Mavos mate Les Smith had an horrific accident with a circular saw at home in Canberra last Saturday. Les nearly lost 3 fingers & needed a 10 hour operation. Les is as mad a Rabbitoh as you will ever find & along with wife Cindy they often travel from the nations capital down to Rabbitohs games. Get well soon mate.

Not all were stars but NRL coaches make dream team

Chaps, Browny & Mavo work together as wharfies at Port Botany in Sydney. A lot of their workmates are former rugby league players so they have compiled a wharfie dream team that would surely be hard to beat. Can anyone out there match this team from their workplace?

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JD – Rabbitohs Assistant Coach Jason Demetriou

This weeks podcast features JD aka Rabbitohs assistant coach Jason Demetriou. Jason talks about his incredible rugby league journey as a player & coach that’s taken him around the world, across Australia & back to Redfern. JD shares the story about the first time he met Wayne Bennett, gives us an insight into the day his try helped save Wakefield Trinity, his time working with superstar Johnathan Thurston plus lots more. This one is an absolute beauty, don’t miss it 🎙

Jason Demetriou

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Jason Demetriou Career Stats

‘Good piece of business’: Demetriou to take Bennett’s place

Why Souths are convinced Demetriou won’t suffer post-Bennett blues

Chorley Lynx

Jason Demitriou played for the Keighley Cougars 2011-12 scoring 10 tries.

Todd Greenberg

NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg steps down as league faces coronavirus test

Hooper: Todd Greenberg was a political card shark who had no option but to walk

Sam Burgess

Sam Burgess reveals 2014 Grand Final heroics could have cost him his eye

Latrell & Teddy

Latrell v Tedesco tipped to headline rebooted NRL season with Souths taking on Roosters

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Ian Roberts, Johnny Lewis and the return of the Rabbitohs



On the podcast this week we interview two legends, Ian Roberts & Johhny Lewis plus we take a look at plans to kick start the NRL.

Ian Roberts

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Rugby league legend Ian Roberts discovers permanent brain damage after testing

Ian Roberts speaks about being an openly gay man in the NRL, the tragedy that made him come out

‘I would be so deeply offended and hurt’: Ian Roberts says no to NRL return for Folau

The Year that Made Me: Ian Roberts, 1984

Legend Q&A: Ian Roberts

Johnny Lewis

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Australian trainer Johnny Lewis inducted into Boxing Hall of Fame

Legendary boxing trainer Johnny Lewis talks boxing, rugby league and Kostya v Fenech

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Front row – Nat Wood, Jeff Fenech, Darrel Trindall, Kostya Tszyu

Darby Brown

On the show we talk about boxing legend Darby Brown the uncle of Les Brown, Brownys dad.

Darby Brown Wikipedia

Darby Brown Boxing Record

George Barnes v Darby Brown
Rabbitoh Of The Week is Scott Singles

Cameron Murray, Wendy Roche + Nettoyer

This week we speak to Rabbitohs superstar Cameron Murray & we also chat to horse trainer Wendy Roche about her star mare Nettoyer, the pizza eating Moet drinking Group 1 winner.

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Rabbitoh Of The Week brought to you by Bourke Street Bakery is Kane Scott

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Kane Scott contacted us via Instagram & generously gifted us a signed Rabbitohs jersey for display in our studio. Thanks Kane you’re an absolute legend mate & you have won a free coffee voucher from any of the the 14 Bourke Street Bakery stores across Sydney.

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Mavo & Browny played together in the forwards in 1990

Crash And The Crapenters

Chris Carpenter & the boys from Crash allowed us to use their new song ‘There’s Many A Slip’ on last weeks show. As we were making the video clip to accompany the music we realised that the bands’ name is actually Crash & The CRAPenters not CARPenters. We just assumed that the band took its name from ‘Carpos’ surname but no they have put a little punk style twist on the word. We apologise to the boys from the band & we have amended the word to the correct spelling wherever it was possible to do so. You can be assured that in the future we won’t be making the same mistake again. Good luck with the new song Crash!

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There’s Many A Slip – Crash & The Crapenters

Chris Carpenter & the boys from Crash allowed us to use their new song ‘There’s Many A Slip’ on this weeks show. The words are extremely relevant at the moment “Just get back up…the brightest dawn can follow the darkest night!”.

As we were making the video clip to accompany the music we realised that the bands’ name is actually Crash & The CRAPenters not CARPenters. We just assumed that the band took its name from ‘Carpos’ surname but no they have put a little punk style twist on the word. Carpo has assured us that it’s ok & it happens all the time but we’d still like to apologise to the boys from the band. We have amended the title to the correct spelling wherever it was possible to do so. You can be assured that in the future we won’t be making the same mistake again. Good luck with the new song Crash!

We mentioned on this weeks show that we’d post the song for you to have a listen so here it is.

There’s Many A Slip – Crash & The Crapenters
There’s Many A Slip was inspired by lead singer Chris Crapenters meeting with Souths legend John Sattler