English born, Sydney based singer-songwriter, Mark Lucas has played many roles in the past 30 odd years. Arriving in Australia in 1981 with a trunk full of belongings and an old Martin guitar, he has been variously a banana farm hand, insurance broker, Native American arts trader, worked in movies and bars, and even found time to establish one of Sydney’s favourite small venues, Petersham Bowling Club (the pbc); but always at heart he’s followed the muse wherever it leads, from late ‘70’s South London roots rock, to quirky ‘80’s pop/rock, and returning full circle to the narrative heart of the troubadour.
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The Ghost Of Lost Creek Road was inspired by an afternoon spent stuck with his young family in a traffic jam on the Pacific Highway, a hapless truckie having driven off the side of the road into a gully south of Bellingen. A sign on the opposite side of the highway read ‘Lost Creek Road’...
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