To see a first time Sydney Opera House performance of one of Australia’s newest talents at the same time as seeing a showcase of vintage Australiana is a pleasure beyond comparison. I’m sorry Neil, I know you’re a Kiwi, but face the facts: we’ve adopted you and your bro’ Tum and we ain’t letting go.
In this issue: Support acts for the Presidents, Paul Kelly and Neil Finn, Opeth, Counting Crows, William Elliott Whitmore, Nick Cave and One Direction announced while Loon Lake and They Might Be Giants selling out shows left right and centre!
Presidents of the United States of America announce support bands and special VIP tickets!
Both bad and good news in this week's State of Affairs, with music venues not winning any awards by closing and Australian musicians winning actual awards overseas from a Prince. We also learn about Eskimo Joe's winning skills in fundraising and the industry's economic growth as a whole
In this issue: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band announce new show, The Presets discounted tickets, From The Jam cancel Australian tour, Godspeed You! Black Emperor exclusive ticket release and more!
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band announce new show
In this issue:Support acts announced for J-Lo, Norah Jones, The Datsuns Django Django and The Pretty Things. New dates announced for Cliff Richard, Paul Kelly & Neil Finn, SABATON and loads more…
KATE ALEXA announced as support for JENNIFER LOPEZ first ever Australian tour!
Pictured: Paul Kelly & Neil Finn.
They're two of Australasia's greatest songwriters and performers and in 2013, Neil Finn and Paul Kelly will be bringing their iconic songs together on a special national tour. Finn and Kelly will be sharing the stage throughout the shows as members of the one band, playing a collection of their songs from their varied songbooks.
2013 will be one of the most diverse years of the Adelaide Festival, as their Contemporary Music Program details. Unique collaborations and stellar acts, both international and Australian, have been brought together for the Adelaide Festival's line up for next year, making it one the most exciting yet.
As the final day of Song Summit 2012, day three featured an impressive selection of speakers to tackle a range of topics concerning the workings of the Australian music industry.
Pictured: Neil Finn, Peter O'Doherty, Jenny Morris, Megan Washington & Reg Mombassa.
the AU review was at the Art of Music Charity Auction - a bi-annual event where Australian and New Zealand artists create a music focused exhibition with all funds going to Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy...
In This Issue: Queensland Music Awards entries open, APRA’s "Connecting members" night, ARIA 2011 wholesale report, Music Industry legal insight, Jagermeister Independent Charts, Gotye’s new single, Make Them Suffer signs to Roadrunner Records, Song Summit 2012 special guests announced, Vivid Festival’s new Director, $20,000 raised for CanTeen at Tamworth Music Festival…
There's a whole heap of gigs to keep you satisfied throughout the end of February and into March. So make sure you save up your pennies because you don't want to be sitting at home eating cold pizza and watching re-runs of Jersey Shore when these shows come into town.
What shows do we recommend in Adelaide? Our SA Manager, Sosefina, fills you in...
ADELAIDE FESTIVAL - OPENING CONCERT - ELDER PARK - MARCH 01
The 2013 Adelaide Festival is kicking off for another year tonight and down in Elder Park, there will be a free concert. Both Paul Kelly and Neil Finn are performing for FREE at the family-friendly event! People are advised to get to Elder Park early to get a good spot for the concert, that will commence from 8:30pm.