Listen: Peter Bibby interview and ‘Bat N Ball’ live acoustic on Arvos

February 5th 2015

Peter Bibby

In Sydney for Laneway Festival, Peter Bibby had a pleasant chat with Dom O’Connor prior to his sell out gig at Oxford Art Factory with Pond. They chatted about Bibby’s musical origins, his signing with Spinning Top and the Perth music scene, his mum’s piano “tinkling” and his dad’s blues harmonica, his various other musical ventures before performing as a solo artist, making the big move to Melbourne and the moment he decided that he wanted to write music.

We were super lucky to have him play ‘Bat N Ball’ live, a song off his (previously featured Album of the Week) Butcher/Hairstylist/Beautician. Hear it all below:


  • Peter Bibby Interview :: Arvos with Dom O'Connor


BRUSH WITH FAME: You can own the artwork that Peter Bibby drew for us while he was here for this interview! Check it out in our fundraiser art auction here.



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