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Australian children's music group

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The Wiggles: Australian children's music group
The Wiggles are an Australian children's music group formed in Sydney, New South Wales in 1991. Since 2013, the group members are Anthony Field, Lachlan Gillespie, Simon Pryce, and Emma Watkins. The original members were Field, Phillip Wilcher, Murray Cook, Greg Page, and Jeff Fatt. Wilcher left the group after their first album. Page retired in 2006 due to ill health and was replaced by understudy Sam Moran, but returned in 2012, replacing Moran. At the end of 2012, Page, Cook, and Fatt retired, and were replaced by Gillespie, Pryce, and Watkins. Cook and Fatt retained their shareholding in the group and all three continued to have input into its creative and production aspects.


Tears, tributes as second Wiggles fire benefit goes ahead without Greg Page

A day after Greg Page suffered a cardiac arrest on stage during a sold-out fundraiser show, the second concert went ahead with the help of a special guest.
SBS - Published

Wiggles take to the stage as Greg Page remains in hospital

After suffering a cardiac arrest on Friday night, performer Greg Page remained in hospital Saturday night, while the other "yellow Wiggle" Emma Watkins took his place in the Wiggles' second Sydney..
The Age - Published

Yellow Wiggle Greg Page collapses during bushfire relief concert

Greg Page, one of the founding members of the Wiggles, has collapsed in Sydney while performing at a bushfire relief concert.
The Age - Published

Emma from The Wiggles uses Auslan to help deaf children access theatre

A former Paralympian, a Wiggle and an internationally acclaimed artist have teamed up to produce a ground-breaking theatre production that is specially designed for Australia's deaf community.
SBS - Published

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