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Judith Durham celebrates her 75th birthday by releasing a new album

Michael McLaren

Judith Durham is one of Australia’s greatest treasures, conquering the globe as lead singer of The Seekers.

The group had six top 10 hits during 1965 and 1966 and became the first Australian band to make it to number one on the US and UK charts.

Georgy Girl, I’ll Never Find Another YouThe Carnival Is Over and I Am Australian made The Seekers and its members household names.

Judith went on to have a successful solo career, recording more than a dozen albums over 50 years.

Now, on her 75th birthday, Judith is celebrating by releasing another.

So Much More is a collection of 14 previously unreleased songs that she holds dear to her heart.

Judith joins Michael McLaren on her birthday saying she even shocks herself with how long her career has lasted.

But, she says this album won’t be going on the road.

“I won’t be on the stage. No, I’m telling everyone I’m singing for them virtually now.

“I don’t think I’ll be touring again.”

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Michael McLaren
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