After about 3 years THE BONA FIDE TRAVELLERS get there handsome mugs back on Nu Country TV. The song is our funky Tony-Joe White influenced take on Merle Haggard's "Ramblin' Fever". This Saturday 10:30pm C31.


Suburban saddletramps The Bona Fide Travellers supported Nu Country when they opened for U.S. comedienne, songwriter and producer Kacey Jones and Oklahoma star Becky Hobbs at The Noise Bar in Brunswick.

This time, with more than a little help from C 31 host and producer Russ Kellett, they filmed their new video at Tynong North.

Singer Snowy Townsend tries to hitch ride on a Gippsland lost highway near the killing fields 31 years ago for elderly women.

The bodies of four of six women murdered by a serial killer were found at Tynong North in December of 1980.

But this is a humorous video as fellow band members cruise on their cut of Merle Haggard classic Ramblin' Fever.

The lads honoured the septuagenarian former California convict country icon with their highway homage.

CLICK HERE for a Bona Fide Travellers story in the Diary on November 22, 2007.

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