Yours & Owls Festival 2017 – Under 18’s Festival

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Yours & Owls Festival today announce they are giving the big ol’ finger to adulthood by chucking one epic party at Waves on Saturday September 30 kicking off at 11am for all the babes out there not quite old enough for an 18+ card……because why should adults have all the fun?! Stealing some of the best artists from the Yours & Owls line-up to party for the day, tickets go on sale Friday June 2 so get in quick, this is one U18’s rager you won’t want to miss out on!
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Alice Cooper: Announces Worldwide Signing To earMUSIC. New Studio Album ‘Paranormal’

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earMUSIC has announced the worldwide signing of legendary shock-rocker Alice Cooper.

“Paranormal”, Alice Cooper’s new studio album, his first in 6 years, will be released on July 28 via earMUSIC/Sony Music Australia as 2CD Digipak, 2LP, Limited Box Set and Digital.
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Tour News : LISA HANNIGAN – Australian Headline Shows – May 2017

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On the eve of her debut headline tour in Australia​ Irish songstress Lisa Hannigan performed on The Late Late Show with James Corden earlier this week. Lisa has previously toured our shores with Glen Hansard, Damien Rice and as part of the ensemble for the Nick Drake ‘Way to Blue’ concerts, her first headline performances will delight music lovers.

See her in concert this month at The Old Museum​ Brisbane, The Thornbury Theatre Melbourne, Lizotte’s Newcastle, Fly By Night Musicians Club​ Fremantle, The Anglesea Memorial Hall & Vivid LIVE Sydney. For full tour details visit gaynorcrawford.com

The Late Late Show with James Corden. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0pBZtmz0gU

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Tour News : Grinspoon – ‘Guide To Better Living’ Tour 2017


Post-grunge Aussie rockers, Grinspoon have announced a 20th Anniversary deluxe edition of the album that kickstarted their long-standing music career, Guide To Better Living, alongside an epic national tour of Australia, playing the album cover to cover for fans throughout June, July, August and September (2017).
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Live Review: The Record Company with support Little Georgia – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne – 20 April 2017

The Record Company at Northcote Social Club, Melbourne - 20 Apri
Review by Peter Coates

Making the dash across town from the early and packed-out Bluesfest sideshow of St Paul & The Broken Bones, I made it into a sparsely populated Northcote Social Club bandroom just in time for the grunge-folk duo that is Little GeorgiaJustin Carter and Ashleigh Mannix have been involved in a few musical projects over the years, and got together in 2015 to explore their mutual attraction for alternative country songs.
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Live Review : Zac Brown Band with support The Pierce Bros – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne – 19 April 2017

Zac Brown Band at Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne - 19 April 2017 Photographer: Peter Coates

Zac Brown Band at Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne – 19 April 2017
Photographer: Peter Coates


Review by Peter Coates

The Pierce Brothers are an Aussie duo of brothers Jack and Pat Pierce, offering a set of guitar and percussion country-folk delivered with punch and self-deprecating humour. Both brothers have strong and soulful voices, and most of the songs have a strong beat and some rabble-rousing choruses – opener It’s My Fault and Only One as examples, which all combined to bring the crowd alive……”we’re totally professional……done venues like this 100 times…….at home!”
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The Wombats Announce Australian Headline Shows – May 2017

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2017 marks 10 years since indie-rock royalty The Wombats’ debuted A Guide To Love, Loss & Desperation, featuring indie dancefloor staples ‘Let’s Dance to Joy Division’ and ‘Moving to New York’. The show will be a celebration of the band, showcasing your favourites from the album along with a slew of hits from Glitterbug and This Modern Glitch. So, don’t sleep on this one boys, girls and marsupials… tickets will sell fast!
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Live Review + Photo Gallery : Bluesfest Byron Bay 2017 – Day Five

Review by Wanda Hill
Photos by Stuart Blythe
Bluesfest Byron Bay 2017 - Day Five Photographer: Stuart Blythe
Five consecutive days in the sunshine was a rare treat for Bluesfest regulars who have endured years of mud to listen to the incredible artists invited to perform at this world class festival. Day five felt very relaxed as the big crowds had thinned and lining up for a bite to eat or something to drink seemed almost instant in comparison to previous days. Weary stall holders still served customers with smiles and delicious concoctions but understandably they were looking forward to the event drawing to a close.
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