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The Who, Elton John, No Doubt, Wilco and more set to perform at New Orleans Jazz Fest!

Welp, count us keen. The line up for the 2015 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, or Jazz Fest, has just revealed the list of names set to perform this year and it is nothing short of mega. Leading the announcement is Elton John and The Who, while the likes of Gurrumul, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, No Doubt, Keith Urban, Wilco and The Meters are also announced to be playing. And they're only just getting started.

Feature: Big Day Out 2014 Lineup Speculation - Part Two

With Splendour in the Grass safely in the bag for another year, our festival-wearied eyes now turn back to the Big Day Out, whose lineup for 2014 is set to be officially released this week. Touted as a 'lineup to top all Big Day Out lineups', rumours have been flying around quicker than Nui Te Koha at Triple M can break 'exclusive' lineup news. As July 31st nears, we've got some more predictions ready to fuel the gossip fire, having taken another look at le internets and following on from many-an indepth discussion on wishlists and logical tour schedules...

Album Review: No Doubt - Push and Shove (2012 LP)

After an 11 year hiatus, ska band No Doubt, the band who brought us massive hits of the 90s including ‘Don’t Speak’ and ‘Sunday Morning’ are back to prove they still have it, with their 6th studio album Push and Shove.

The AU Monthly Review: June 2012

Another month has gone by so quickly and so much has happened in the last 30 days! What are those events exactly? Well... you’re about to find out…

1. The Rolling Stones unleash logo to commemorate their 50 year anniversary (Pictured Above)

Various Artists - The Bridge School Concerts - 25th Anniversary Edition (2011 LP)

In 1986 The Bridge School was founded, in a bid to create a school and learning environment suitable for the teaching of children with complex communication needs. In 1986 the first Bridge School Benefit was organised; however unlike other school fundraising drives this benefit was a bit different. It was organised by music legend Neil Young and featured a few of his fellow colleagues.