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Cub Callaway

Cub Callaway and The Révolutionnaires consist of the best indie musicians that Australia has to offer. They have been described as Indy Pysch Punk Prog Rock and continue to gain a loyal following by playing gigs and recording new material.

Cub is a songwriter, singer, guitarist and producer whose influence on Australian independent music over the last 30 years is significant having producing many internationally critically acclaimed albums. Callaway emerged in Brisbane in the late 70’s in the The X-Men. Callaway moved to Sydney where he joined The Saints upon their return from England. After touring with The Saints, he formed he formed his own band playing original songs.

Callaway moved to the studio producing Ed Keupper, The Triffids, Louis Tillet and Damien Lovelock producing a number of internationally acclaimed classic albums.

In 2013, he released “Silver & Gold” that features appearances by many of his former colleagues including John Hoey (Died Pretty), Warwick Gilbert (Radio Birdman), Paul Larsen (Celibate Rifles), Clyde Bramley (Hoodoo Gurus) and Julie Mostyn (Flaming Hands).

In 2014, Callaway formed The Révolutionnaires that consisted of Richard Ploog (The Church), John Hoey, Phil Hall (SardineV, Dropbears, Lime Spiders).

In 2016, Andrew Nunns (Underground Lovers, AutoHaze) joined The Révolutionnaires on drums and the band recorded “Two Hundred Years”, an album that features special guests Rick Springfield and Jack Howard.