Nothing to be frightened of

by Stephen Cummings

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Stephen Cummings has made his mark as a musicians’ musician. He has turned out a fantastic string of albums over a number of decades, each one recorded with a core of musician friends who possess the same savvy. He brings wit and understated excellence to every performance.

At this stage of the game, 2014 sees Stephen release his first album for three years, ‘Nothing to be frightened of’ which was recorded and mixed by Shane O’Mara in two days.

‘Nothing to be frightened of’ is a lucid commentary on humanity's inevitable confrontation with loss and death. It has chutzpah, a seismic beat and a refusal to knuckle under to the idea that one has less time than one imagined.

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released September 5, 2014

Recorded at Yikesville by Shane O'Mara
Music & Lyrics: Stephen Cummings
Guitar & drums & organ: Shane O'Mara
Paintings: Jim Pavlidis
Photography: Mike Brook, Andrew J Cosgriff
Mastering: Cameron McKenzie

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Stephen Cummings Melbourne, Australia

Stephen Cummings first achieved success in Australia as lead singer with The Sports, a pop band that had a number of hits in the late 70's including the classic "Who Listens to the Radio?". Now with 20 albums under his belt, including 15 in-studio and 2 'best of' complications. Stephen is revered in the Australian music scene. ... more

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