Bruce Woodley

Bruce Woodley

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Bruce William Woodley He was a founding member of the successful pop-folk group The Seekers, and co-composer of the anthemic song "I Am Australian". Woodley attended Melbourne Boys' High School with fellow Seekers, Athol Guy and Keith Potger.

The Seekers

Bruce Woodley had a 'residency' performing at the Treble Clef restaurant in Prahran. With former schoolmates, Athol Guy and Keith Potger, he formed a folk music trio, The Escorts, in the early 1960s. With the arrival of vocalist Judith Durham in 1962 they became The Seekers, and had some success in Australia before travelling to London in 1964 and recording four international hit singles written and produced by Tom Springfield. Woodley played guitar, banjo, and mandolin, as well as one of the four-part vocal harmony, and was the chief songwriter.

During 1965, while in...
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