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Vika & Linda: No Bull

‘We do, we sing gospel, we sing country, we sing rock, reggae, we sing ballads. If we could, we’d do opera, you know. You know, we just like all sorts of music. Our sound has been our harmony. That’s our thing. You know, we just enjoy harmonising together.’ – Vika Bull

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Whether at church in suburban Melbourne; with The Black Sorrows; alongside artists including Paul Kelly, Kasey Chambers and John Farnham; or on one of their seven studio albums, singer-songwriters Vika & Linda have been performing together since childhood.

Their new collaborative memoir No Bull sees the sisters recount the highs and lows of their three-decade long career with honesty and humour.

Vika & Linda joined journalist and broadcaster Namila Benson for an afternoon of music and conversation as part of the Wheeler Centre’s Spring Fling: A Short Series of Big Ideas,

The duo spoke with about their lifelong connection to music, their experience of releasing three albums in the last three years, and the significance of their Tongan heritage within their creative practice.

This event was recorded at The Capitol as part of the Wheeler Centre’s Spring Fling program in September 2022.

Featured music is Tellsonic – I See You Out There

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