Tony Biggs

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Tony Biggs began his broadcasting career in the early 1980s in Brisbane on 4ZZZ. He later moved to Sydney, where he hosted a show on JJJ, an Australian youth radio station. In the 1990s Tony moved to Melbourne, appearing on radio 3RRR where he presented On The Blower a talk-back discussion show. In the late 1990s Tony appeared on RMITV Under Melbourne Tonight,[1] a show on public television Channel 31 (Australia). Tony Biggs has been the drummer in bands such as The Black Assassins, Never Again(Mark Gee on Bass), Hell To Pay (Ian and Cathy from X (Australian band) with Spencer P. Jones), The Outer Limits (who opened in Brisbane for Iggy Pop on his 1979 Australian Tour with the New Christs), The Fuck Fucks and The Love Addicts.[2][3][4][5]


  1. ^ Under Melbourne Tonight "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 13 November 2013. Retrieved 5 July 2015.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ M. Young and J. Jenkins (eds) Rock Reader: Underneath the Riffs (Melbourne: Wilkinson, 2008) pp.65-68
  3. ^ Stewart, Paul (12 September 2004), "Big bash for Biggs", Sunday Herald Sun
  4. ^ Visontay, Michael (20 September 1990), "BIGGS REJIGS WITH LIVE GIGS", Sydney Morning Herald
  5. ^ Anderson, Doug (17 August 1987), "A HOLIDAY FOR MR BIGGS", Sydney Morning Herald

External links[edit]

Triple R Programs > Presenters > Tony Biggs

Triple R Programs > On The Blower

Tracee Hutchison ‘Fuck Tha Police’ – how I remember the JJJ sackings

The Black Assassins