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Shannon Noll

 Shannon Noll has beaten chronic back pain and left the “wild times” behind him to finally finish his long-anticipated new album Unbroken. “A lot has happened over the past six or seven years and it took a long time to get past that back injury and get back to being fit,” he said.  “I also changed record labels and management and that kept putting the album further and further back. “There’s been lots of ups and downs and I got through it and now I am really enjoying touring probably more than I ever have.” “I wouldn’t change a thing about who I am ... you know I have never been the cool guy and I think it’s time for people to appreciate how lucky we are in this country.” Unbroken will be released on February 2, with Noll booking a national tour in May. All dates can be found at shannonnoll.com.au.

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