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JORDIE LANE | the AU review
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JORDIE LANE

Live Review: Rubber Soul Revolver (Beatles Cover Show) - Sydney Opera House (08.08.15)

A melting pot of Australian talent in Husky Gawenda, Fergus Linacre, and Jordie Lane joined forces to perform two Beatles albums - Rubber Soul and Revolver - back to back at the beautiful Sydney Opera House this past weekend, ending what has been a hugely anticipated national tour.

Live Review: Rubber Soul | Revolver - Festival Theatre, Adelaide (02.08.15)

When most people think of The Beatles, the massive hits and albums are likely to come to mind first. Even if you're unsure of what album the songs are featured on, you could probably name one hand some classics. In Rubber Soul and Revolver, the sixth and seventh albums released by The Beatles in the mid-sixties, are some of my favourite Beatles songs - from the lilting "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)", to "Eleanor Rigby" and of course, "Tomorrow Never Knows", both records signified important stages in The Beatles' career and it's no surprise that they've continued to be revered well into today's music culture.

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: July 31st - August 2nd.


Photo Credit: XRAY DOLL

And just like that, we're knocking on August's door. While we try to wrap out minds around that fact, some kickass bands are getting ready to tear up venues around the joint this weekend. Get out there and support your locals!

Husky Gawenda, Marlon Williams, Jordie Lane & Kingswood's Fergus Linacre join forces for the 'Rubber Soul Revolver Tour'!

Some of Australia's finest are gearing up to bring two classic albums by The Beatles to life - Rubber Soul and Revolver. The band's sixth and seventh records are set to be given the live treatment by Husky Gawenda, Marlon Williams, Jordie Lane and Kingswood vocalist Fergus Linacre this July and August! Four remarkable and distinctly different voices are set to be supported by a talented cast of musicians in bringing the two albums to stages around the country, performed in their entirety back to back.

Jordie Lane announces massive tour for February through into April!

The acclaimed singer/songwriter will be playing his first nationwide tour in 18 months, Jordie Lane doesn’t do things in half measures either, this tour includes as many as 27 shows!

Album News Weekly: 14th April 2014

In This Issue: BIG BIG NEWS from the pop world this week. British songwriter Ed Sheeran is back with the announcement of his new record. Canadian up and comer Mo Kenney is getting ready to release her debut, along with a heap of local acts such as The Middle Names, I Know Leopard, and Jordie Lane is putting out a live record! There's a heap more stuff in here, so have a read - it'll be good for you.

Live Review: Jordie Lane + Old Man Luedecke + Ruby Boots - The Ellington Jazz Club, Perth (27.10.13)

Sunday night saw LA based Australian singer-songwriter Jordie Lane drop in to Perth’s Ellington Jazz Club for a headlining show supporting his new EP Not Built To Last. With support from Canada’s Old Man Luedecke and Perth’s own Ruby Boots, in solo mode.

Festival of Small Halls coming to a venue near you this November and December!

In a move that hasn't been done before, the Woodford Folk Festival in partnership with the Mullum Music Festival has put together the Festival of Small Town Halls. A unique concept, this is going to be a series of tours taken to, you guessed it, a range of small town halls around the place.

Jordie Lane's 'Built To Last Tour' kicking off this October.

Jordie Lane is set to be releasing new EP in Not Built To Last later in October and to properly launch the record, the singer-songwriter will be touring the newbie from next month too! Supported by Canadian artist, Old Man Luedecke, Lane's tour will take him to 20 venues through October and November.

The State Of Affairs - Latest Music Industry News: 30th April 2013

New signings this week for Dan Cribb, Jordie Lane, and Wendy Matthews, as well as a will.i.am promo visit and ARIA Chart happenings. And if you've been wondering whatever whatever happened to Andrew Stockdale - he of the crazy 'fro and the even crazier voice - read inside for good news.

Album Review: Various Artists - Green Line Grooves (2013 LP)

Green Line Grooves

Released early February this year Green Line Grooves is a collaboration of Australian artists. There’s a lot of love in this album and for good reason too. If you’re not clued in, The Thin Green Line Foundation’s mission is to “protect the protectors”. In creating this album, they aim to raise funds to support park rangers all over the globe. There are over thousands of rangers killed in action every year. Some attacked by poachers while others suffer some of Mother Nature’s nastier moments. The album has a bluesy rock vibe to its skeleton, with lots of little surprises in the body of the sound.

The State of Affairs - Latest Music Industry News: 5th February 2012

Macklemore and & Ryan Lewis continue thier dominance on the charts, but Flume isn't too far behind. The Coopers Amp Prize rolls on with website content, and Josh Pyke giving you an opportunity to be mentored by him, all this in this weeks State of Affairs.

Jordie Lane returning to Australia for the 'Movement Tour' from March through to May!

Although Jordie Lane has been working on his next album in the United States, don't think he's forgotten about the Australians waiting for him to come home. Lane will be touring through the country over the next three months on the 'Movement Tour', a run of shows which will take him to almost all corners of Australia. Touring in a variety of capacities (solo, festival), Lane will be presenting a new show for 2013 that fans right around the country will not want to be missing.

9th annual Gum Ball festival reveals more artists set to perform in the Hunter Valley this year.

The Gum Ball Festival is known for its penchant of assembling quite the eclectic line-up of musicians from Australia and abroad, and 2013 is no different. Following on from the festival's initial announcement of bands, The Gum Ball has revealed that the alt-country 'supergroup' The Hillbilly Killers are set to headline this year's installment.

The full line up of artists announced so far reads as follows:

The Hillbilly Killers
Tumbleweed
The Medics
The Eastern (NZ)
Money For Rope
Benjalu