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Angry Anderson
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    (August 5, 1947- )
    Born in Melbourne, Australia
    Birth name Gary Anderson
    Former lead singer of Rose Tattoo
    Released the songs ‘We Can't Be Beaten,’ ‘Scarred for Life,’ ‘Rock 'n' Roll Outlaw’ and ‘Bad Boy for Love’
    Played King Herod in the highly successful Australian production of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’
    Also appeared in ‘Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome’ with Mel Gibson
    Worked as a youth advocate
    He didn’t very well in school and began to shock people with strange clothes and hairstyles.
    He caused controversy when he spoke out about his views about Muslim immigration to Australia.
    With Rose Tattoo he released the song ‘Legalise Realise’ as a campaign to legalize marijuana.
    He kissed his band mate Mick Cocks during a performance, causing them to banned from TV’s Countdown.
    He said of the incident, ‘We laughed it off because we thought it was the best publicity you could ever have. I've been kissing blokes all my life. I rode motorcycles and I played football, you know, kissing blokes is just second nature’
    He often performs in sleeveless overalls or wife beater shirts.
    His song ‘We Can't Be Beaten’ is a favorite in jails.
    He’s covered in tattoos
    He’s divorced
    He’s well know for his charity work
    He works with and prepares homes for homeless and troubled teenagers.
    He was made a Member of the Order of Australia for his role as youth advocate in 1993.
    He had an unhappy childhood himself growing up with an abusive dad.
    Phil Rudd of AC/DC was a drummer in one his bands in the 70’s.
    He became active in promoting the awareness of cancer after the losing three of his band members to it.
    Some of Rose Tattoo’s songs have been covered by Guns n' Roses, Nashville Pussy and L.A. Guns.
    His is seen as a pioneer of hard rock in Australia.
    He performed for Australian soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    He’s really committed to his four children.

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