5 SECONDS OF SUMMER return to Australia this November/December for their biggest homecoming headline tour yet. Due to overwhelming demand, a second show at the iconic Sydney Opera House Forecourt has been announced for Sunday, December 6.Continue reading 5 Seconds Of Summer – ‘No Shame 2020 Tour’ – Second Sydney Show Added Due To Overwhelming Demand
THE OFFSPRING, one of the world’s most exciting and enduring punk rock legends need little introduction.Continue reading The Offspring Announce A Greatest Hits Australian Tour With Very Special Guests Sum 41
1. First thing would be that I am doing an Australian tour in January! Because if you didn’t know that, and would like to know that, I would love to see you down at any of the shows haha!Continue reading 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Ryan Edmond
The band described as ‘humanity’s most exhilarating dance party’ are taking their incredible party-starting energy around Australia in 2020, visiting Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne during February, March and April. After the unprecedented success of their album, A Very Furnace Christmas in 2019 taking out #29 in the ARIA album charts and beating the King of Christmas himself, Michael Buble, Furnace and the Fundamentals are set to hit the road bringing their raucous party extravaganza across the country.Continue reading Furnace And The Fundamentals – “Furnapalooza” Australian Tour 2020
oday, the GRAMPIANS MUSIC FESTIVAL reveals its lineup for 2020. To kick off a brand new decade of festivities amongst the picturesque Grampians Mountain Ranges, the festival has served up some of Australia’s best names to ensure that 2020 is going to be unforgettable.
Review by Natasha Wyborn
For those of us lucky enough to have lived it the first time around it’s hard to believe it’s been 30 years since the release of the ‘Matchbook’ album. On Saturday night at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne the near full house got a chance to relive the memories live again. We may all be a little older but Ian Moss has lost nothing in momentum or ability to engage and play an electric guitar like an extension of his own anatomy.Continue reading Live Review : Ian Moss at Palais Theatre, Melbourne – 16 November 2019
Good Things Festival, Australia’s favourite alternative east coast summer music festival is almost upon us and we’re thrilled to announce the addition of The Butterfly Effect to the line-up.Continue reading Good Things Festival Welcomes The Butterfly Effect To The Line-Up!
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Ian Moss at Palais Theatre, Melbourne – 16 November 2019
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Fri 22 Nov, 2019 Canberra Theatre, Canberra – All Ages
Fri 29 Nov, 2019 The Tivoli, Brisbane – 18+
Sat 07 Dec, 2019 Crown Theatre, Perth – All Ages
Sat 14 Dec, 2019 City Hall, Newcastle – All Ages
Mark Wilkinson at Palais Theatre, Melbourne – 16 November 2019
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Review by Natasha Wyborn
It’s hard to believe the act I was witnessing in 2019 originally formed way back in the early 60’s. The Seekers have been a part of Australian music culture for close to 60 years. Formed as a folk quartet in Melbourne in 1962 the band has travelled the work and left its mark alongside some of the biggest bands of the 60’s. To put The Seekers popularity into perspective at the height of their career the seekers shared the same bill with The Rolling Stones and the Beatles whilst drawing an estimated crowd of 200,000 to the Sydney Myer Music Bowl. The original lead singer Judith Durham has left the quartet however the remaining three original members Athol Guy, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley continue to delight fans both within Australia and abroad.Continue reading Live Review : Mirusia & The Original Seekers At Melbourne Recital Centre – 2nd November 2019
American Rock band from Palm Desert, California, Eagles of Death Metal will be returning to the land down under to perform at Bluesfest Byron Bay this Easter. Founded in 1998 by best friends Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme, the pair came upon the band’s name in a pondering effort as to what a cross between The Eagles and a death metal band would sound like. With that, the band was born!Continue reading Tour News : Eagles of Death Metal – Australian Tour 2020