No Fixed Address was formed in 1979 at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music in Adelaide, Australia.
Drummer Bart Willoughby and bassist John Miller (more commonly known as John John) hailed from Ceduna on the west coast of South Australia, an isolated small town on the edge of the Nullabor Plain.
Les Graham came from Murray Bridge, 50 miles east of Adelaide, and Ricky Harrison was from Melbourne.
Their first album was used as the soundtrack to an aboriginal film called Wrong Side Of The Road (1981) in which the band also appeared.
In 1984, No Fixed Address became the first Aboriginal band to tour Britain and Europe (including the Eastern Bloc).
John John (Miller)