Ian 'Peewee' Wilson has been singing bass doo-wopwith iconic vocal group The Delltones since the 1950sand the First Wave of Australian pop. In this breezy and brilliant memoir, Peewee recalls the highs and inimitable lows of life fronting Australia's longest-performing vocal group. Beyond the stage door he reveals the secret to his longevity: a larrikin spirit honed in his beach-bumming youth, and a wide-eyed curiosity that led him to dabble in hallucinogenic substances and chase Playboy Bunnies (not at the same time). It's all part of Peewee's never-ending search for the underlying meaning of it all. Come a little bit closer to the Beanpole of Bop.
Come a Little Bit Closer
Harmony, Disorder and the Delltones
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