Mitch Tambo: On Being A Girl Dad, Culture & The Importance Of Teaching Respect
This week Leigh and Tegan are joined by singer Mitch Tambo. The First Nations performer raising FOUR daughters shares what it’s like to see heartbreak first hand. He also reminds us of the importance of NAIDOC all year round.
In Nails and fails Mitch has Mum immunity, Leigh and her tummy bug have lived to tell the tale! Tegan’s house is full of profanities and Leigh stepped in for school drop offs!
Watch Mitch singing You’re The Voice in Gamilaraay language at the 2020 Fight Fire concert with John Farnham. Queen’s Brian May and Olivia Newtown John.
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