Thursday, February 21, 2013
Shut Up Kiss Me/Happiness/Kiss Me (Demondogdub)
In November 1998, Aussie rock chick Fiona Horne and musical comedian/TV host Paul McDermott released a one-off duet entitled “Shut Up/Kiss Me”.
Paul McDermott (born 13 May 1962) is an Australian comedian, actor, writer, director, singer, artist and television host. As a comedian, he is best known both for Good News Week and for his role as a member of the musical comedy group the Doug Anthony All Stars, which disbanded in 1994; he has also performed individually and as a part of GUD. He has frequently appeared at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and taken part in its two major televised productions, the Comedy Festival Gala and the Great Debate. He has also hosted two other ABC programs and briefly featured on Triple J as a morning radio presenter between 1996 and 1997. He hosted Good News Week until it was finally axed in 2012 and has since pursued his painting career and given a series of singing concerts featuring self-penned songs of a more serious nature.
Fiona Horne (born 1966 in Sydney) is an Australian singer, rock musician, radio and television personality, actress and author. She was the singer in Australian band Def FX and has published numerous books on witchcraft. She is considered a worldwide authority on Modern Witchcraft, being invited to speak at Harvard University on the subject in 2006. Fiona Horne has recorded and released music with punk band, The Mothers (including the 1980s single "Drives Me Wild"/"Get Outta My Life" and the mini-album 12-Incher, both on Waterfront Records); chart topping Electronica band, Def FX (on Phantom Records, EMI/MDS/BMG/Universal); Sister Sludge; and Paul McDermott (the single "Shut Up/Kiss me", November 1998). In March 2007 Horne released her first solo CD Witch Web(Mystic Monkey), based on her spiritual practice. In 2010 she released the spoken word album, "Magickal Life-Guided Meditations and Spells for Positive Change"(Mystic Monkey).
Fiona's band Def FX have announced a fifteen-year nostalgia reunion tour playing their greatest hits and hit the road in Australia 2012.