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Photo Gallery: The Heart of St.Kilda Concert - Palais Theatre, Melbourne (22.09.15)

Stars from the Music and Comedy Industry came together for the 8th Heart of St. Kilda Concert to raise both Funds and awareness of the great work that is being done by the people at the Sacred Heart Mission. Carl Dziunka was there to capture the show.

Darwin Festival Photo Gallery: SANTOS Opening Concert ft. Thelma Plum + Clare Bowditch + Emma Donovan + Caiti Baker (06.08.15)

The 2015 Darwin Festival kicked off with a huge night of gorgeous Australian female singer/songwriters at the Darwin Amphitheatre! Music lovers rejoice the ladies are on point for live music, exceptional songwriting and cheeky mid-song banter. Performances from Thelma Plum, Clare Bowditch, Emma Donovan and The Putbacks and a special performance from Caiti Baker from Sietta. The Darwin crowd enjoyed a glorious evening of music under the stars in perfect Top End weather (sorry, not sorry Southerners in winter time). Check out the photos from Amy Hetherington.

Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Augie March and more confirmed on latest Bluesfest announcement!

The good folk at Bluesfest have gone and given us all an early Christmas present in releasing their fifth artist announcement today! Joining the likes of Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Lenny Kravitz and The Black Keys are now some fantastic musical stylings of the likes of Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, Augie March and more.

Sydney Festival: The Tracker - A Night at the Quad ft. Emma Donovan + Jimmy Little - Sydney University (20.01.11)

As a part of the Sydney Festival, A Night At the Quad: Music and Movies celebrates the essential intertwining between film and music. Screened in the sandstone grandeur of the University of Sydney’s iconic Quadrangle was Rolf de Heer’s captivating and intelligent The Tracker (2002), a film which explores the nature of ingrained and blind racism in 1920s Australia.