The Australian production of Green Day’s American Idiot, the high-octane rock musical, has just announced a national tour in 2018. Following critical and audience acclaim at its Australian premiere in Brisbane earlier this year, this multi-Helpmann Award® nominated show is now set to melt faces and hearts across the country.
Continue reading Green Day’s Explosive, Award-Winning Musical Returns
Photographer: David Jackson
Continue reading Photo Gallery – Phil Jamieson & Scott Russo at Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle – December 21, 2014
Review by David Jackson
What do you get when you combine one of Australia’s best front men in the past 15 years and a former lead singer of a well-known international punk/rock band? Well on Sunday night the smell of sweat from long time music fans was obvious in the air as this question was answered. Phil Jamieson lead singer of Australian band Grinspoon and Scott Russo the Unwritten Law front man brought their acoustic Christmas extravaganza to the Novocastrians. Jamieson and Russo were first introduced to each other’s talent on the 1999 Warped Tour. They have remained close mates since.
Continue reading Live Review – Phil Jamieson & Scott Russo at Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle – December 21, 2014
They joined forces earlier this year for two SOLD OUT shows in Sydney and Melbourne, and now the rest of Australia will get the chance to experience Phil Jamieson and Scott Russo’s live show.
Continue reading They’re Back! Scott Russo & Phil Jamieson Team Up For Christmas Shows
Tim Woods & Phil Bathols present
The Beatles’ brilliant double masterpiece live on stage
BY POPULAR DEMAND
THE WHITE ALBUM CONCERT RETURNS!
With the original all-star cast:
CHRIS CHENEY, PHIL JAMIESON, JOSH PYKE & TIM ROGERS
The sold-out live rock phenomenon of 2009 is back: 30 of the Beatles’ most breathtaking songs performed with a 17-piece rock orchestra.
Continue reading The White Album Concert – July 2014 Tour Dates
In 1968 The Beatles released one of the most diverse and compelling albums of all time.
Recorded in the months after The Beatles returned disillusioned from India, their manager dead, their break up in sight, and wracked with internal tensions, the double White Album was immediately hailed as one of the most extraordinary, powerful albums in the history of music: a work of unparalleled influence and brilliance.