The Fergst of Times: Bored Nothing Tribute

A tribute to a missed member of the Melbourne music scene.
Kat Hayes
Published on January 16, 2017


2016: the year that officially sucked, and the year that we lost some of our dearest. Fergus Edward Miller was among them, and the Melbourne music scene is a poorer place for it. Fergus — aka Bored Nothing — was not just an incredibly talented songwriter and musician but in general a fantastic bloke, and the friends who have survived him want to make sure nobody forgets this.

They're doing this by holding a special Sunday afternoon event in his honour, The Fergst of Times. The tribute will be held at the Northcote Social Club, and will be played at by his bandmates, as well as outfits such as HABITS, Del Boca Vista, and Claws & Organs. Head down to celebrate his life and the lives of all of those who've been lost to their own battles with depression — all proceeds will go towards the fight against the black dog.   

If you are feeling sad or alone or struggling with mental health issues, there is always someone to talk to. Lifeline is at 13 11 14 at all times of the day.


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