As Autumn arrives the Zoo Twilights start to wind down for another year. In the penultimate show, Charles Bradley with support from Saskwatch put on a stellar performance. Carl Dziunka was on hand to capture the action.
Kid Creole and the Coconuts opened the 2014 Adelaide Festival in spectacular style at Elder Park. They were supported by the entertaining Charles Bradley. Chad Lofts was there, with his camera, and brings you these photos from the start of this year's season of the 2014 Adelaide Festival.
The latest addition to Australia's ever-growing crop of boutique festivals, PANAMA, has just gotten bigger! The Tasmanian festival, set to go down on March 8 and 9 this year, is going to be quite the intimate and secluded affair, as far as festivals go. With only 1000 tickets being made available, PANAMA is set to offer punters quite the unique experience; spending two days with some amazing acts, pop up cabarets, storytelling sessions and more!
Nicknamed the ‘Screaming Eagle of Soul’, Charles Bradley is coming to Australia to mesmerise audiences with his all-star band the Extraordinaries, in celebration of his second album, Victim of Love. Already a favourite with Australian audiences, Charles Bradley will bring his super-charged soul sweetness to both live music clubs and festival settings across the country. Bradley’s remarkable rise to fame has been well documented and won the hearts of his fans, with his next album a continuation of his story.
Introducing a festival called Panama! Located in East Northern Tasmania Panama will showcase the best acts from the arts and music industry across two amazing days - 8th and 9th of March 2014.
Pictured: The Daptones Super Soul Revue.
Sydney Festival time is upon us once again and this year the festival passed on its usual “Festival First Night” branding and introduced us to “Day One: An Opening in Three Acts”, which was a rather artistic way of telling us there would be three events happening in the Sydney CBD on the first day of Sydney Festival 2013. Though a much more downscaled approach to things (with the exception of rubber ducks), especially from the music point of view, the event felt just as big as ever, culminating in a huge party in the Domain.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers dominated day three of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, on a day that boasted skilful sets from the likes of Alice Cooper, Australia's own The Temper Trap, The Roots and the long-awaited return of D’Angelo.
Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires play the Corner Hotel as part of their Australian tour. Michael Christian went along to take these photos.