Wild "1"
Celebrating the 50th
Rock 'n' Roll
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EXHIBITION   May - July 2008       

Shakin At Stadium
Wild "1" Exhibition
The Genesis of Australian Rock 'n' Roll
An exhibition or rare records and associated Rock 'n' Roll memorabilia.
Wiod 1 Exhibition

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of
Wild One,
the first Australian home-grown Rock 'n' Roll recording to enter the Top 40 charts,
reaching Number 26 in Sydney, and spending eight weeks in the charts in 1958.

VENUE: The Western Australian Museum - Fremantle History, Finnerty Street, Fremantle.
With a special talk/presentation

Peter Chapman

Peter Chapman, a visitor to the Wild "1" exhibition.
Peter went to Vietnam on the same plane as the concert party which included Johnny O'Keefe.
Peter is searching for photographs taken with Johnny O'Keefe at the farewell party before
and on the plane during the trip to Vietnam.
Please contact the museum on 9430 7966 if you can help.

Ken Mitchell

Ken Mitchell in the Wild "1"  exhibition after attending the talk.
Ken played drums with Peter Anderson and the Midnighters, who played
on a Johnny O'Keefe concert in
the Capitol Theatre in 1962.

Don Greer

Don Greer, President of the Rock 'n Roll Record Collectors Club, at the Wild"1"  Exhibition.
Don had a beer with Johnny O'Keefe back stage in Hobart in 1974.

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