Kiwi band Headless Chickens reform

Last updated 16:21 25/07/2008

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Kiwi rock act Headless Chickens, fronted by former NZ Idol judge Fiona McDonald, have announced they will reform for an Australian music festival.

The Headless Chickens, featuring original members McDonald and Chris Matthews, will perform at Australia's Homebake Festival in Sydney on December 6.

The band released three albums: 1988's Stunt Clown, 1993's Body Blow and 1997's Greedy.

They were known for the singles Cruise Control, Mr Moon, Donde Esta la Pollo and the No. 1 hit George.

Other bands performing at Homebake include Crowded House, Cut Copy, Pnau and The Vines.

*Visit www.homebake.com.au for more information.

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