Don't Give Up Your Day Job's Podcast

Episode #98 Rikki Morris

July 15, 2020 Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Don't Give Up Your Day Job's Podcast
Episode #98 Rikki Morris
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Don't Give Up Your Day Job's Podcast
Episode #98 Rikki Morris
Jul 15, 2020
Don't Give Up Your Day Job

Episode #98 is now available! Our guest is Rikki Morris.  Rikki is a highly respected, multitalented singer, songwriter, musician, producer & live sound engineer.  He joined Th’ Dudes as a roadie back in 1979 and went on to have a huge hit as a solo artist with the song Nobody Else.  He appeared on TV shows like 3.45 Live, Alive and Kicking, Get Your Act Together and Super City and he ran his recording studio The Bus (Depot) for many years.  His brother was the legendary musician and producer Ian Morris and later this year Rikki will honour his brother by stepping into his shoes, performing a finale tour with Th’ Dudes.  Rikki’s been sober for many years now and has remained open and candid about his recovery.  He’s one of the best live engineers out there and in addition to all of this, he’s also a really nice guy to hang out with.  Much of Rikki’s extensive career has already been covered, so we took a different approach and just had a conversation.  It’s what we do best.  Pull up a seat, order a Virgin Mary and get into it!  

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Episode #98 is now available! Our guest is Rikki Morris.  Rikki is a highly respected, multitalented singer, songwriter, musician, producer & live sound engineer.  He joined Th’ Dudes as a roadie back in 1979 and went on to have a huge hit as a solo artist with the song Nobody Else.  He appeared on TV shows like 3.45 Live, Alive and Kicking, Get Your Act Together and Super City and he ran his recording studio The Bus (Depot) for many years.  His brother was the legendary musician and producer Ian Morris and later this year Rikki will honour his brother by stepping into his shoes, performing a finale tour with Th’ Dudes.  Rikki’s been sober for many years now and has remained open and candid about his recovery.  He’s one of the best live engineers out there and in addition to all of this, he’s also a really nice guy to hang out with.  Much of Rikki’s extensive career has already been covered, so we took a different approach and just had a conversation.  It’s what we do best.  Pull up a seat, order a Virgin Mary and get into it!