60’s Refugee PG Naylor Ready for Takeoff

60’s Refugee PG Naylor Ready for Takeoff

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60’s Refugee PG Naylor Ready for Takeoff Singer/Songwriter/Performer Making International Impact

(New York, NY) – Prolific Australia based performing singer-songwriter PG Naylor has released his latest single, “Something for Nothing” to Spotify and all the major music services.

LISTEN TO SOMETHING FOR NOTHING ON SPOTIFY

A classic rock expert, PG Naylor has a knack for delivering hard hitting vocals with fun lyrics and sleek melodies woven together with both intricate harmonies and straight up grit. Also of note from previous releases: “Fly”, “60’s Refugee” and “Law ‘Bidin Man”.

LISTEN TO FLY HERE

In keeping with the song’s theme of “Something for Nothing”, it’s important to mention PG and his group’s ongoing charity work with Bo Childrens Hospital in Sierra Leone. Expecting nothing in return, the band has raised $50k for the hospital over 8 years. All monies collected from their concerts goes directly from the band to the hospital, no middle man to muddy the waters.

PG Naylor brings a new original visit to 60s classic rock music. All songs are written and performed by PG – who was there then in the 60s and is still here now! Although all the songs are new, they slot perfectly into a 60s rock playlist. PG has been playing in rock bands based in Sydney, Australia since the 60s, and after a life in the corporate world he has returned to his first love – 60s rock music – his lifeblood and that of the entire baby boomer generation.

Recently, the title track to his album, Sanctuary, was announced as a semifinalist in the 2019 International Songwriting Competition, based in Nashville, USA; the tracks Sanctuary and Hollywood Road were both announced as semifinalists in the 2020 Voyager International Songwriting Competition based in Melbourne, Australia as well.

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