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FISH FRY are Newcastle and the Hunter Regions best exponents of jump-jive jazz, swing and rhythm & blues.

 FISH FRY shows are famous for their energy and excitement as well as great musicianship from what Chad Watson of the Newcastle Morning Herald called the Newcastle Jazz supergroup.

Winners in the Jazz category of the ABC Newcastle Music Award for an unprecedented two years running in 2003 and 2004, FISH FRY have released two sold out albums and are currently working on material for their third. They were also on NBN Telethon performing one of their new songs and performed at the 2004 Jazz in the Vines where they finished the show with a bang.

Now in their twelth year FISH FRY have introduced many people to the music of vital early exponents of R&B like Louis Jordan and Big Joe Turner while also playing the classics of Ray Charles, Duke Ellington, Georgie Fame, James Brown and Louis Prima.

FISH FRY have been regular performers at music festivals throughout the state and have supported such greats as Shirley Bassey, Michael Crawford, James Morrison (see below) and Don Burrows.






  •   Fish Fry @ the Lovedale Lunch - Wandin Valley Estate   Saturday and Sunday 17th - 18th May



Fry guys Wal, Stu Jus meet James Morrison after his great set backstage at Jazz in the Vines.

Fish Fry HepCats who are Blip

Justin Collins: Vocals
Andrew Wallace: Double Bass & Vocals
Kim Pink: Saxophones
Ian Dunn: Guitar &Vocals
Stuart St Hill: Trumpet
Nick Cecire: Drums
Dorian Mode: Keyboards

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Open here to sneak a peak at Fish Fry's latest recordings. Jumping at the Record Shop (Dunny)

(I want 2 go back 2)Cuba (Wally)

Swimming in the Rhythmic Sea (Dunny)

Have a listen to our number that took out the Jazz category of the ABC Newcastle Music Awards "Nobody Mess With My Baby" by Ian Dunn

And here is the track that should have won the year before (2002); "All Day All Week" by Daryl Aberhart

Check out Fish Fry's latest triumph at the ABC Music Awards 2004 "Be There" composed by Ian Dunn