47 min

Ep 22 Nick Deegan On Finding The Good In Tragedy; Mixing Music, Science And Law Rooster Radio - Stories & Insights from Entrepreneurs and Leaders in Business, Health, Tech & More

In 2002, the Bali bombings changed Nick Deegan's world forever.

Nick's older brother, Josh, lost his life in the Sari nightclub explosions. Nick talks about how his family responded to tragedy, how music has helped with the healing process, and what good can come from the worst of times.

A well known Adelaide musician, Nick found success with bands Foreshore and Galleon, but also shared the business and personal challenges of trying to make it in music.

He comes from a talented and well known family - a creative mother, Angie, and prominent lawyer, Brian. As a result Nick is a rare breed, able to combine music with a physiotherapy practice and also law studies.

With such a diverse range of life experiences to draw on, enjoy insights from Nick Deegan on Rooster Radio.

(Language warning: There are a few f-bombs on this one)

Hosted by Apiro Consulting's Andrew Montesi and Tract Leadership's James Begley.

Connect with Rooster Radio:

roosterradio.biz
facebook.com/roosterradioHQ

For media, content and marketing services, visit: apiroconsulting.com
For leadership and and high performance services, visit: tractgroup.com.au

In 2002, the Bali bombings changed Nick Deegan's world forever.

Nick's older brother, Josh, lost his life in the Sari nightclub explosions. Nick talks about how his family responded to tragedy, how music has helped with the healing process, and what good can come from the worst of times.

A well known Adelaide musician, Nick found success with bands Foreshore and Galleon, but also shared the business and personal challenges of trying to make it in music.

He comes from a talented and well known family - a creative mother, Angie, and prominent lawyer, Brian. As a result Nick is a rare breed, able to combine music with a physiotherapy practice and also law studies.

With such a diverse range of life experiences to draw on, enjoy insights from Nick Deegan on Rooster Radio.

(Language warning: There are a few f-bombs on this one)

Hosted by Apiro Consulting's Andrew Montesi and Tract Leadership's James Begley.

Connect with Rooster Radio:

roosterradio.biz
facebook.com/roosterradioHQ

For media, content and marketing services, visit: apiroconsulting.com
For leadership and and high performance services, visit: tractgroup.com.au

47 min