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  79. Archived from on 30 August 2015. Spirit Bird by Released 8 June 2012 Recorded Recorded in a big wooden house in Thornbury, Ontario, Canada.
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  81. Archived from on 30 November 2015. The announcement comes just days before the 'NANNA' release dates around the world, and joins the already impressive list of tour dates throughout Australia, the USA and Canada. Spirit Bird is the seventh by Australian multi-instrumentalist. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
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  83. AutoRip Terms & Conditions - Tickets are strictly limited for this show, so get in quick to avoid missing out.
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  85. Xavier Rudd grew up in , near. His maternal grandfather was Dutch, born in , a town in the Netherlands, before migrating to Australia. One of his grandmothers was from an Irish potato-growing family and grew up in. His father was born with Aboriginal, Irish and Scottish heritage, and Rudd has background, one of his great grandmothers was an Aboriginal Australian, and her child Rudd's paternal grandmother was taken away from her. Rudd showed a keen interest in music growing up in a family of seven children. While primary school-aged, Rudd used his mother's vacuum cleaner as a makeshift didgeridoo and he began playing his brother's guitar. He also played saxophone and clarinet as a child. Rudd's brother can still play guitar, but went on to become an accountant in Orlando, Florida. As a child, Xavier Rudd sold recycled wood through his own furniture business. Immediately after finishing school, Rudd traveled to Fiji. He lived in villages around the country for nine months, returning to Australia at age 19. He drew inspiration from artists such as , , and multi-instrumentalist , as well as music from diverse sources, such as Hawaiian and Native American music. His music first took him overseas when he traveled to —Rudd was in a band and would play each night after a day of snowboarding. Rudd was in Canada when the happened. Rudd wrote the song The 12th of September, which would feature on his first studio album To Let, about the day after the attacks. In 2006, discussing the song, Rudd said: That's what the song's about, the world waiting. All of a sudden there was an attack and there was these people who were equally as toxic that were going to retaliate. No one could really do anything about it. It's about the next day and that's why I called it the 12th of September. Rather than inviting guest artists to join him on the record, Rudd performed all the instrumentation for the album alone with only a few overdubs. Instruments included , slide guitars, stomp boxes, djembe drums, slit drums, and the harmonica. In his live-show, Rudd came to be renowned for his 'one man band' performance. Rudd recorded Food in the Belly in mid-2004 whilst on break from an extensive North American tour. The recording was made in May 2004 at , part of the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Rudd thought it was the spirit of his then wife's grandmother. Rudd and his family were holidaying to celebrate the occasion on an island off Sri Lanka. The campaign was about expressing gratitude to the people in the world taking steps to make positive change. The album saw Rudd introduce a heavier sound, using electric guitars in place of acoustic guitars and creating darker more somber tones. He recorded with , a percussionist drummer, who he had previously collaborated with for White Moth and Food in the Belly. I feel like my music is ahead of me all the time. Rudd was referring to his and Lutken's divorce, which was finalised in 2009. After the failure of his marriage, Rudd was supported in his grief and recovery by new South African bandmates, bassist Tio Moloantoa and percussionist Andile Nqubezelo. Rudd had met Moloantoa and Nqubezelo performing at the 2008 Nuke Festival. In 2010 Rudd bought 20 hectares of property at Koonyum Range, , the location was the inspiration for the name of the album Rudd would release with Moloantoa and Nqubezelo, Koonyum Sun. The album moved away from the heavier sound of Dark Shades of Blue to a more up-beat style. Rudd wrote the track Comfortable In My Skin, on his 2012 album Spirit Bird, when he was suffering from major nerve pain before his surgery. In its entirety, the album sampled 30 species of Australian birds. The song Spirit Bird came about after an encounter Rudd had with a in the. The encounter coincided with Rudd experiencing a powerful rush of imagery and emotion. I'd been on a bit of a journey and Spirit Bird represents that. To record the album, Rudd and the United Nations worked with producer. In an interview published in , Rudd shared that Nanna had given him a chance to focus on his vocal performance. He said that he had never really liked his voice before and vocals were often little more than an afterthought, but by 2016 was embracing it. The song Shame on Nanna was inspired by conversations about racism surrounding AFL player , an Aboriginal football player who was repeatedly booed at matches. Rudd had previously declared his support for Goodes addressing the AFL Players' Association 2014 Season Launch. At the time of writing the song Creancient for the album, Rudd was working with a Shaman in Peru. He participated in several ceremonies, including one that involved vomiting and experiencing hallucinations and another involving mud bathing. Rudd described the song as something that flowed out of him over a week while he felt like he was outside of himself, looking at his ego from a distance. In late 2015, Rudd was forced to cut his North American tour for Nanna short to have disc replacement and fusion surgery in his lower back, having experienced chronic pain over several months. Many fans used social media to complain about the inclusion of the song on the commercial. PETA responded that they hoped that Rudd had not approved the use of his music for the advertising. Leisure and inspiration Rudd likes to spend time in the Australian bush often, and champions the traditional Aboriginal way of life. His songs include stories of the mistreatment of the indigenous people of his homeland. Rudd has taken part in several Aboriginal ceremonies. In 2003, he was adopted into the Dhuwa mob in north east Arnhem land. He has also spent time with people from several North American indigenous groups—the , and. Rudd is a keen surfer, having started when he was five or six years old, and says at times surfing inspires his music. He also enjoys snowboarding, one of the few activities he wears shoes for. Family Rudd met Marci Lutken, an artist from Canada, when she was backpacking in Fitzroy in 1999. The two married soon after, and had two sons, Joaquin and Finojet. Rudd obtained Canadian dual citizenship. Lutken-Rudd ended her and Rudd's relationship in 2009, and the pair listed their off-grid, solar powered home in Jan Juc for sale. As at June 2015, Rudd was building a house near Byron Bay, which will include a music studio. This house is currently for sale. Shortly before Christmas in 2016, Rudd had his second marriage in a Byron Bay Australian Aboriginal Ceremony to Ashley Freeman, an Australian holistic wellness trainer. Vegetarianism View of —the beef farm that inspired Rudd to change his diet and become a vegetarian Rudd became a vegetarian after passing , California's largest , during a United States tour. They could hardly move as the area was too small for all those animals. Plus, they'd already eaten or trampled down the grass and all the feces were just left there. They were standing in their own waste and—what I found worse—even had to eat it because the workers didn't offer them anything else. That was when I knew it was the right choice to go vegetarian. In 2008, PETA named him sexiest Australian male vegetarian. Activism and causes In February 2009, Rudd performed at a public rally in opposition to residential development in Torquay. Rudd received the 'Rock the Boat Award' in 2009 for his support of the. Rudd is friends with Canadian environmentalist , who founded Sea Shepherd. In January 2010, Rudd was one of the last passengers aboard Sea Shepherd ship Ady Gil, days before it sunk after a collision with the Japanese whaling security vessel. In 2012, Rudd was outspoken against 's plan to open up the Kimberley to mining operations. He joined the Save the Kimberley movement to save. Working with volunteer organisations Surf for Life and Waves of Hope, Rudd worked alongside other volunteers to build a high school in northern in late 2013. In 2014, Rudd performed at the Bentley anti-gas blockade campsite, in support of the. However, despite this activism, in 2015 Rudd had been widely criticised for allowing the multi-national company , a seller of factory farmed chicken, of using his song 'Let Me Be' in a television advertisement. The summer advertising campaign aligned with the Australian cricket season has served to undermine previous Rudd's activism, and many fans have questioned his integrity as a former world's sexiest vegetarian. 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  86. He also enjoys snowboarding, one of the few jesus he wears shoes for. Archived from on 8 September 2015. After recent sold out tours of Europe, Hawaii and mainland USA, Xavier returns with his magical 3-piece live show featuring Bobby Alu on drums and Ant Aggs on keys. Archived from on 30 August 2015. Retrieved 3 Medico 2007. The recording was made in May 2004 atpart of the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Archived from on 2 August 2015. With a huge part of the dates already sold out, it's advised to get in quick if you don't want to miss out. Sin had previously declared his support for Goodes addressing the AFL Players' Association 2014 Season Launch.
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