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Kev Carmody

Born: 1946

Location: Queensland

Kev Carmody

Kevin Daniel Carmody (born 1946), better known by his stage name Kev Carmody, is an Aboriginal Australian singer-songwriter and musician, a Murri man from northern Queensland. He is best known for the song "From Little Things Big Things Grow", which was recorded with co-writer Paul Kelly for their 1993 single. It was covered by the Get Up Mob (including guest vocals by both Carmody and Kelly) in 2008 and peaked at number four on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) singles charts.


1989 Pillars of Society
1991 Eulogy (for a Black Person)
1993 Bloodlines
1995 Images & Illusions
2003 Mirrors

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