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Stephen Cummings


Stephen Cummings is a celebrated singer/songwriter and former lead singer of the Sports, who had the late 70s classic “Who Listens to the Radio?”.

Leaving the Sports in 1981, Cummings started a solo career with a top 5 success of the single “Gymnasium”. He’s released over 20 albums including his ARIA award-winning A New Kind of Blue and his 8th album Falling Swinger was named one of Australian Rolling Stone’s 100 essential Australian albums.

Cummings has written two novels, Wonderboy and Stay Away from Lightning Girl and most recently added his memoir, Will it Be Funny Tomorrow, Billy?, to his bibliography.

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