‘Not in Kansas Anymore’ video out now

by Mick on August 25, 2017

Official Music Video for Mick McHugh ‘Not in Kansas Anymore’ single, released Friday 25th August 2017 via ABC Music online. Available on You Tube, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc…

Our HUGE thanks to Simon, Caithlin & Matt for sharing their stories.
To Kylie Lowe, and all at Joining Hands for your work in helping youths in Brisbane affected by homelessness. Thanks to thiose who reach out to others. To our actors – Kia McHugh (Farm Girl), Amanda McHugh (Fairy), Orin McHugh (Farm Boy), Dave Luxmoore (Homeless Bathroom guy), and Sparkles the Dog. And to the Beer Cinematography crew.

Music clip produced by – Beer Cinematography.
Songwriters – Mick McHugh & Shane Howard
Song produced by – Mark Stanley, Associate Producer – Shane Howard



‘Not in Kansas Anymore’ single & video out via ABC Music – Friday 25th Aug – available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc..
Co-written with Shane Howard of Goanna Band, produced by Mark Stanley, music clip by Johannes Beer Cinematography, management by Troubadour Music, crowd funded by 196 people, and my family ❤️ …this journey has been a huge team effort.
Looking forward to sharing this with you all.


Brisbane Session pic - Shane Howard Paul Kelly
Got to be part of a brilliant session the other night with – Shane Howard, Paul Kelly, John Spillane, Declan O’Rouke, Pauline Scanlan, Sean Tyrrell with some of Ireland and Australia’s best folk musicians. We sat around till the late hours, everyone singing their songs, I got to sing my song Not in Kansas Anymore in front of all these inspirations! …it’s how I learnt and fell in love with music in Ireland …such a privilege for me to be part of it, still beaming from it … ?

And at the same time in Ireland, one of my best friends from school, Neill Muldowney, who died on Friday was being buried and people were raising a glass to him … In my heart, this session was for you Neill. Have fun up there Neill with Fr. Jack! (Frank Kelly Rip)
And my thanks goes out to Goanna Arts and Troubadour Music for putting on ‘Exile’ show – a powerful historical presentation using music, image and narrative
of Australian Irish history. Catch it folks if it comes round again!