The Great Dividing Range (band)

The Great Dividing Range (Band)

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The Great Dividing Range are an Australian alt-country band consisting of Scott Blackley, Chris Alford, Leif Tisdell, Matt Stokes and Luke Bennett. Blackley was a singer and songwriter in the 1990s indie rock band, Muzzy Pep.


Songwriter Scott Blackley recorded the band's self-titled album between May and October 2004. A full band was subsequently formed for live performances; this consisted of Blackley, ex-Muzzy Pep members Luke Bennett (drums) Nick Munnings (bass), Stephen Bissett (guitar) and backing singer/harmonica player/percussionist Rocky Higgins. Keyboard player/slide guitarist Chris Alford (Russell Morris Band, Marcia Hines Band) joined in late 2004 just as bass player Munnings departed to join burgeoning popsters Faker. Bass player Leif Tisdell (ex-Jacuzzi Suit) joined in early 2005 as Rocky Higgins left. The band toured to Queensland, Melbourne, Sydney and Western NSW throughout 2005 alongside bands such as Richmond Fontaine, Faker and Bluebottle Kiss. Throughout 2006, the band was working on songs for their second album, which was recorded early in 2007 and released in March, 2008.

The Great Dividing Range (Album)

The eponymous debut album was produced at Studio Couch in Fremantle, Western Australia by Shaun O'Callaghan (producer of the John Butler Trio, Eskimo Joe and others). It was released in early 2005 by and distributed by . The tracks "Comfort Zone" and "Prisoner of Nostalgia" received airplay on radio station and...
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