Review and Photos by Peter Coates
Nickelback have the big stage set and great lights of the stadium rock band they now are, and open up with Feed The Machine, followed by Woke Up this Morning and while we are packing up the cameras, the more laid back hit of Photograph. An extra guitarist appears for the huge crowd singalong of Far Away to fill out the acoustic depth, and keeps popping up on guitar and keys through the set. And the light show continues to impress.
Continue reading Live Review : NICKELBACK – ‘Feed The Machine’ Tour – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – 13 February 2019
Review by David Jackson – sbj.rocks
Nickelback keep it loud and personal during their Newcastle leg of the No Fixed Address world tour.
I guess the opening song said it all “Million Miles an Hour”. This was the speed Nickelback took to the stage and to the audience during the Newcastle stopover of their No fixed Address World Tour. “Newcastle, what are the chances of landing here on a Saturday night” one of the many interactions lead singer Chad Kroeger had with the audience during their powerful 20 song set. This was the second time the Canadian rockers had visited the city in the past 5 years, this time it was on the back of their eighth studio album No Fixed Address.
Continue reading Live Review : Nickelback at Newcastle Entertainment Centre – May 23, 2015
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 2014 – Billboard’s ‘Rock Group of the Decade’, NICKELBACK are powering up to kick off a massive May 2015 Australian tour in support of their eighth full-length studio album, No Fixed Address, unleashed today.
The decibels will rise as Nickelback fire up their trademark unmistakably huge sound, lifting the roof with anthems ‘Someday’, ‘Gotta Be Somebody’, ‘When We Stand Together’, ‘Burn It to the Ground’ and the classic ‘Figured You Out’ – plus new tracks ‘What Are You Waiting For?’ and ‘Edge of A Revolution’ – ringing out alongside all-time-classic power ballads such as: ‘Far Away’, ‘Lullaby’, ‘Trying Not to Love You’ plus ‘Photograph’, ‘Savin’ Me’ and ‘How You Remind Me’ from the historic All the Right Reasons (the album spent an incredible 112 consecutive weeks in Billboard’s Top 200 selling more than eleven million copies worldwide).
Continue reading Nickelback announce No Fixed Address Tour – Australia May 2015!
Multi-platinum rock powerhouse NICKELBACK, have announced they will tour Australia this November in support of their latest album Dark Horse.
Currently on a sell-out tour through North America, NICKELBACK will head to our shores in November for shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
They’ve rocked the world for over a decade, now they’re back with their biggest show ever!
Continue reading NICKELBACK Australian Tour November 2009 (Dark Horse)
Eskimo Joe’s fourth album “Inshalla” has debuted at number one on this week’s ARIA Album Chart, mirroring the success of their third album “Black Fingernails, Red Wine” which debuted at number one nearly three years ago, on June 19, 2006. In doing so “Inshalla”, already certified Gold, becomes the 138th Australian number one album!
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 8 June 2009
Eminem’s album “Relapse”, already certified Platinum, has held at number one on the ARIA Album Chart for a second week as Black Eyed Peas hold at one on the singles chart with “Boom Boom Pow” for a third consecutive week, whilst chalking up four weeks on top of the digital track chart.
Green Day holds at 2 with “21st Century Breakdown” on the ARIA Album Chart this week, and it’s the touring artists who make a big impact on the top 10 – P!nk up to #3 with “Funhouse”, Lady Gaga up to #6 with “The Fame” and Pussycat Dolls up to #8 from 17 with “Doll Domination 2.0”.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 1 June 2009