Well, my thoughts about California are kind of mythological. To me, as well as being a real place, it’s a place where people go to find something – to find happiness or to realize their dreams. So it has that kind of quality of heroism and heartache, and Australia has that, as well.
I just found over the years that it's very hard to change people's perception of what it is that you do.
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The thing with playing live is, most of the audience is in their 20s and 30s. If you’re older than that, you don’t tend to go out to shows anymore. So it’s good if you can attract a younger audience because they’ve got the energy to get up off the sofa and go out.
The Men at Work thing is always there, it’s always going to be there. It’s not something I consciously think that much about anymore. The thing that stays with you is the songs, which is a good thing for me, because the songs are the things that stand the test of time.
|Birth:||29th June, 1953|
|Profession:||Actor, Guitarist, Singer|
Colin James Hay was born in Kilwinning, Scotland, United Kingdom. He is a Scottish born Australian guitarist, singer and actor who made his mark during the 1980s as lead vocalist of the Australian band Men at Work, and later as a solo artist. In 2004 he contributed to the Garden State soundtrack with his solo song "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You". Hay contributed music to the TV series Scrubs in the course of a number of episodes, including on-camera performances. Hay released his 10th album, "American Sunshine", on 18 August 2009 on Compass Records.
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