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Now and then: The life-changing journey of the original Yellow Wiggle

Now and then: The life-changing journey of the original Yellow Wiggle
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S0003459452 092 Pag
Adult Non Fiction Biographies   Griffith . Available .  
S0003663548 092 Pag
Adult Non Fiction   Jerilderie . Available .  
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ISBN 9780732289263
Call Number 092 Pag
Author Page, Greg
Title Now and then The life-changing journey of the original Yellow Wiggle
Publication details Sydney : HarperCollins, 2011
Notes Greg Page will always be synonymous with the children's supergroup, The Wiggles, and is forever imprinted in our memory banks as the original Yellow Wiggle. Sadly, though, in 2006 Greg was forced to walk away from his stellar career, unable to continue because of a mystery illness. Leaving The Wiggles was a painful and life-altering decision. As a founding member he had devoted over fifteen years to their creation and was instrumental in their phenomenal worldwide success. It took years for Greg's condition - Orthostatic Intolerance - to be correctly diagnosed, which often saw him suffering from bouts of acute dizziness that left him unable to stand, speak or think without great difficulty. The lack of a diagnosis also left him suffering from depression; a frustrating and disillusioning experience for someone who had always led such an active life, performing on a daily basis. Now correctly diagnosed and medicated (and with a healthy dose of inspiration from Elvis), Greg is concentrating on getting back to his first love - music.
Subject Added Entry - Personal Name Page, Greg
Subject Added Entry - Topical Entertainers Australia
Personal Name Cadigan, Neil
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