It's Neale Johns of Blackfeather fame performing with the Rock Of Ages All Star band comprising of Gil Matthews on drums and Warren Morgan (AKA Thumpin' Pig) on keys from the legendary Aztecs, Billy Kristian from Ray Columbus & The Invaders and Brenden Mason from Madder Lake.
AC/DC's Bon Scott, who was playing in a band called Fraternity at the time, played recorder on Blackfeather's version of "Seasons Of Change".
Blackfeather was an Australian rock group in the 1970s. Formed in 1970 they went through a number of line-up changes until disbanding in 1983. Neale Johns was lead vocalist and songwriter. Their major hits were "Seasons Of Change" and "Boppin' The Blues". "Boppin' The Blues" was a number one hit in Australia in October 1972 for the band. The line-up for the 1971 album 'At The Mountain Of Madness' was John Robinson (also of the bands Duck and Dave Miller Set), Alexander Kash, Neale Johns and Robert Fortescue (also of Chain).
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