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Stepping Up To The Plate

Story: Dan Nebe | Photo: Nix Cartel
Published On : Nov 28, 2020
Stepping Up To The Plate
Rockin' 4 the Homeless has been cancelled due to COVID-19, however, that hasn’t stopped the team raising money. Istead, they have produced an album featuring some of the artists and bands who would have played at the event, plus many more.

One phone call to Hoodoo Gurus, and the album already had its first track – an unreleased track from the band.

Event director Dan Nebe said, “This was the spark we needed. We had an avalanche of bands donating tracks for the album and it quickly became a double one.”

The event, now is in its seventh year, has raised over $250,000 for the needy. The concert has become an annual festival that has grown to become a go-to-event, with big names such as 

You am I, Hoodoo Gurus, and Angry Anderson headlining previous events.

R4TH is in support of the great work The Breakfast Club does in Redcliffe. Volunteer Michelle Gilcrest said, "We wouldn’t be able to do this project without R4TH. Not only has the event provided funds for us to operate, it has changed many lives."

The 32-track album showcases some of the best talent our area has to offer, including The Superjesus, Diana Anaid, Team Utopia, and Hoodoo Gurus, with their highly anticipated track titled Mighty Clean.

The album is on sale from 1 December. Get your copy at or follow the R4TH facebook page.