Nui Te Koha of the Herald Sun has issued the following report:
Rock great Angry Anderson is cleaning houses for a living. Anderson, 57, ROSE TATTOO frontman, is earning a quid with a string of day jobs including cleaner, landscaper, builder and plumber.
"I'll turn up to a job and people will ask: 'Aren't you Angry Anderson? What are you doing here?' " Anderson said.
"And I'll say, 'I'm here to clean your house, or, I'm here to work. It's honest work and I'm not above that."
Anderson, who will be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in a fortnight, relishes doing manual labour when he is not onstage.
He routinely scours newspapers for jobs and has regular contract work as a cleaner and plumber.
"It's a way of staying in touch and I love working with other men," Anderson says. "I'm a typical boofhead Aussie bloke who enjoys the company of other boofhead Aussie blokes.
"I love the whole tradie labouring ethic. At the end of the day, you feel like you've done something.
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