Lochy Neale is an Adelaide-based, acoustic musician playing hits from 70’s right through to today.


Annies Song (John Denver)
Black (Pearl Jam)
Blackbird (The Beatles)
Better days (Pete Murray)
Better be home soon (Crowded House)
Brother (Matt Corby)
Blood Bank (Bon Iver)
The Boxer (Mumford and Sons)
Coward of the county (Kenny Rogers)
Daughter (Pearl Jam)
Distant sun (Crowded House)
Dakota (Stereophonics)
Everlong (Foo Fighters)
Fall at your feet (Crowded House)
Flame Trees (Cold Chisel)
Free (Pete Murray)
Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley)
Hey Jude (The Beatles)
Higher (Creed)
Holocene (Bon Iver)
Holy Grail (Hunters & Collectors)
How to make gravy (Paul Kelly)
How to save a life (The Fray)
If I was Jesus (Toby Keith)
In Hiding (Pearl Jam)
Khe Sahn (Cold Chisel)
Last Kiss (Pearl Jam)
Layla (Eric Clapton)
Little Lion Man (Mumford and Sons)
My happiness (Powderfinger)
Nails in your feet (Crowded House)
Off He Goes (Pearl Jam)
Opportunity (Pete Murray)
One ( U2)
Patience (Guns n Roses)
Re Stacks (Bon Iver)
Saving grace (Pete Murray)
Shimmer (fuel)
Shimmer (Mullins)
Society (Eddie Vedder)
Songbird (Bernard Fanning)
Stand by me (John Lennon)
Thrill is gone (Bernard Fanning)
Throw your arms around me (Hunters & Collectors)
Time of your life (Green Day)
Tip of my tongue (Johnny Diesel)
Times like these (Foo Fighters)
To her door (Paul Kelly)
Weather with you (Crowded House)
When the war is over (Cold Chisel)
Wish you were here (Pink Floyd)
With arms wide open (Creed)
Yellow Ledbetter (Pearl Jam)
You Belong To Me (Jason Wade)

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