Song confronts issue

Warragul songwriter Adrian Darakai (centre) is joined by vocalist Britt Lewis and pianist Malcolm McCaffery to deliver a powerful message about family violence in his latest song “How Long” that was released on Thursday.

Adrian Darakai hopes his latest song release will remind the community that family violence is not acceptable. A powerful, poignant song, “How Long” tells a story that Adrian says reflects hundreds of families in our community.  Sadly, it is a

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Anti-vaxxers in spotlight

Filming pro-vaccination song “Comeback” at the Poowong Public Hall over the weekend are (from left) Dave Lamb, Adrian Darakai and Steph Powell.

Warragul songwriter Adrian Darakai unveiled his latest music clip on Sunday night offering a light-hearted look at a serious social issue. Fresh off the back of humorous and catchy song “One Way in Warragul”, Adrian put the spotlight on anti-vaxxers

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One way goes viral

What way?  Adrian Darakai’s catchy song about Warragul’s one-way traffic conversion has created plenty of laughs about a controversial local issue.

Warragul songwriter Adrian Darakai certainly struck a chord when his catchy song and accompanying video clip “One Way in Warragul” hit the internet last week. The humorous take on the controversial Smith Street roadworks attracted laughs, positive feedback and even

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