With the release of their single Georgiana, the Tennessee quartet Naked Gypsy Queens stake their claim as one of the new heavyweights of rock & roll’s modern-day renaissance. Rooted in amplified blues, hard-charging grooves, and dual lead guitars, the band builds upon the larger-than-life sound of their heroes from the 1960s and ’70s, keeping the flame burning for old-school hard rock while using their own 21st century fuel. Having just been signed to Mascot Records, the band’s forthcoming EP is slated for release in late 2021.
STICKY FINGERS’ 50th ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE TOUR SELLS OUT BRISBANE AND SYDNEY!
NEW SHOWS ADDED AT ENMORE THEATRE AND FORTITUDE MUSIC HALL
ADALITA | PHIL JAMIESON | TEX PERKINS | TIM ROGERS
Proving that The Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers still tastes so good, tickets to The Stones’ Sticky Fingers Tour shows at The Fortitude Music Hall and Enmore Theatre sold out within days of going on sale this week prompting the release of second shows at each venue on 17 April and 30 July respectively.
“I was in tears the whole time writing that song for Chachi, like weeks. I had tears all over my jeans, all over the piano; I just had to push through it. I thought, ‘There’s only one way out of this.’”
Fresh from the release of their self-titled EP last month, Hands Like Houses are announcing an Australian tour for early 2021. Titled the ‘Reflect’ Tour, Hands Like Houses will bring a reimagined gig experience to venues in NSW, QLD and their hometown of Canberra throughout January.
General tickets are on sale from 9am AEDT Thursday November 19 via handslikehouses.net, and fans can access pre-sale tickets via the website now. Check out all the details below.
Perth-bred, UK-based iconic electronic act, Pendulum today release their first brand new music since the ARIA #3 and UK #1 selling album Immersion. The double A-side includes the euphoric halftime track “Nothing For Free”, featuring vocals from frontman Rob Swire, alongside an anthemic DnB hard-hitter of Pendulum proportions, “Driver”.
BLESS YOUR HEART – release date 28th August 2020 (BMG Records)
Greg Allman and Dickey Betts were
founding members of the great American country rock band The Allman Brothers,
and two of the next generation, Devon
Allman and Duane Betts joined forces in 2019 to launch a new album,
and tour on the back of that and some of the Allman Brothers greatest hits,
being the 50th anniversary of that seminal band.
Devon is also well known for his Royal
Southern Brotherhood project with Cyril Neville (Neville Brothers) and
Blues Guitar virtuoso Mike Zito.
Canada’s Lutharö unleashed their sophomore EP “Wings of Agony” this past March. More innovative and imaginative than theirdebut EP “Unleash The Beast”, Lutharö stepped out of their comfort zone for “Wings of Agony”. Their catchy riffs, blazing solos, and vocals ranging from vicious growls to cleans are sure to send a chill down your spine, making them a well-rounded powerhouse of a band that brings beauty, aggression, and skill to the genre.
This is it, folks – The Angels 2020. 44 years after their first release, The Angels have released their new EP, Under The Stone. Their first new material in six years, this is a band that’s still raging with the energy and intensity of an act that’s just starting out.
Parkway Drive have rescheduled their upcoming Australian Tour. The Viva The Underdogs Australian Revolution Tour, originally scheduled for June 2020, will now take place in July 2021 with special guests Hatebreed and Every Time I Die.