Conversations in Noosa

Oz Bayldon – A time for change

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Oz Bayldon is a rare bread. He’s a world record holder for a number of unique gigs, like the highest concert on land which happened in Nepal and he’s working on a few other record-breaking plans, including the longest performance down the Amazon River in South America, and the craziest gig, which will include a performance on top of a hot air balloon.

The question I can hear you asking is why?

Oz has been a musician and an event and venue manager for over 20 years, most of that time in London, and he admits he lived a clichéd sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle until a trip to Nepal where he met a group of local children who’d been repeatedly, physically abused by their parents and gang members, and then the kids with their broken limbs, were made to beg for money on the streets.

This was a life-changing moment for Oz.

About the Author /

After 30 years in radio, John now runs the Conversations in Noosa podcast and in between being our writer, sanity checker, accounts manager, event MC, and delivery boy; he still spends time with his first love, radio. He records a daily Drive program for regional radio from home (often in his pyjamas) and has previously been a presenter on FoxFM Melbourne, Triple M Brisbane, SeaFM and ABC.

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    May, 2019

    It’s no wonder I can’t keep up with you Oz… so many balls in the air eachand every day!

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