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Queensland's Caxton Street Festival this Sunday with live Aussie Acts including Hey Geronimo, Good Oak and more!

This Sunday during the upcoming long weekend, Caxton Street Festival will be held along Caxton Street, Brisbane. Now in its 21st year, the beloved festival is one of the most iconic street parties in Queensland. The Caxton Street precinct gives a refreshing take on live entertainment with pop-up outlets giving locals a chance to indulge in street eats as well!

Phil Jamieson announces he will join Scott Russo for Queensland Acoustic Shows!

Phil Jamieson (Grinspoon) has announced that he will be joining Scott Russo (Unwritten Law) for two acoustic shows in Queensland in December! Christmas is coming early for fans, with the pair playing at Sol Bar on the Sunshine Coast on Friday December 12th and at Brisbane’s The Brightside on Saturday 13th, before continuing their national tour with performances in Adelaide, Hobart, Sydney, Newcastle, Entrance, and Wollongong.

the AU interview: Scott Russo (California) talks touring with Phil Jamieson (Brisbane)

Scott Russo is the lead singer of punk pop band Unwritten Law. He has teamed up with long time friend Phil Jamieson of Grinspoon to tour Australia in December. John Goodridge interrupted his dinner of taquitos to chat about the friendship, the tour and what happened on the Hits and Pits festival.

the AU interview: Phil Jamieson (Sydney) talks touring with Scott Russo (California)!

Photo: Daniel Boud

Phil Jamieson is known mainly for his role as front man for the Australian band Grinpsoon. In December this year he is teaming up with Unwritten Law front man, Scott Russo to tour Australia. In this two part series, John Goodridge chats to Phil about the tour and some of his other projects.

Ten shows not to miss at the 2014 Brisbane Festival (Part Two)

The 2014 Brisbane Festival has offered up so much variety and choice for fans of music, theatre and performing arts, as well as visual arts culture as well - in a few weeks, the Sunshine State capital is going to be the place to be! We bring you Part Two of our feature on simply unmissable shows taking place in the program this year, in no particular order...

Gig Announcements: SA & QLD - 13th August 2014

In this issue: Rolls Bayce introduce themselves with an explosive debut single, The Gov are proud to host the Speak Up fundraiser to raise awareness for mental health, Hey Geronimo bring all the talent to Trainspotters, Scott Russo & Phil Jamieson team up for an awesome Christmas show, and Moses Gunn Collective showcase their new single at the Black Bear Lodge. Also, Guerre sets Brisbane date to showoff new album, 4ZZZ announces radiothon, and the fourplay string quartet will be rocking the The Gov with their unique arrangements of popular hits.

Scott Russo and Phil Jamieson announce December tour dates.

Seeing as their last joint headline tour went so well, Scott Russo and Phil Jamieson are doing it all again for a December run of shows! Giving fans an early Christmas present, the Unwritten Law and Grinspoon frontmen will be touring nationally for some electrifying live sets with all the Christmassy trimmings.

Brisbane Festival announces 2014 Lineup

The Brisbane Festival has announced its 2014 program and it is definitely something to get excited about! The three week annual event will take place from September 6th to 27th and will see some of the best local and international artists, musicians, comedians and performers unite for what is sure to be a spectacular event.

Gig Announcements: ACT & WA - 19th June 2014

In this issue: 360's debut album Utopia brings him to Canberra and Perth, Husband releases single 'Caught' at The Odd Fellow, The White Album Concert adds more dates to their Australian tour and Taylor Henderson hits up Canberra to release his debut single "When You Were Mine".

Photo Gallery: Scott Russo + Phil Jamieson - Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne (13.05.14)

Scott Russo and Grinspoon's Phil Jamieson joined forces at the Ding Dong Lounge in Melbourne earlier this week. The amazing Rebecca Houlden was there and brings us these photos from the night:

Photo Gallery: The Ramblin' Gamblin' Rumblin' RoadStop Revue ft. You Am I - The Vic Enmore, Sydney (01.01.14)

New Years Day 2014, Sydneysiders were treated to an incredible display of rock and roll at The Vic in Enmore. You Am I turned the venue's car park into a mini-festival to show their appreciation for the local locals. The lo-fi gig lived in the band's pub rock tradition and saw The Mountains, The Love Junkies and The Snowdroppers perform. Kat from The Spazzys, Abbe May and Courtney Barnett performed with You Am I, as did Phil Jamieson, who climbed the speaker stack to bring us "Berlin Chair". Enjoy photos from this epic gig, crammed with 1,500 people, from Angelo Kehagias.

Grinspoon frontman Phil Jamieson announces solo tour.

Phil Jamieson is best known for his work as the frontman of Grinspoon, but now he’s branching off for some solo performances. Phil has a string of acoustic shows lined up around NSW and TAS in November.

Boutique Camping Festival Boogie 7 wants you to party with Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, The Preatures, Velociraptor and more this Easter!

For those of you wanting to get away for the Easter weekend and boogie down with some amazing music we introduce to you Boogie 7 in Tallarook. This boutique camping festival is bringing to you this Easter Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Tav Falco & the Panther Burns, Money For Rope, Velociraptor, Henry Wagons & his very welcome All Star Company, The Preatures and loads more for three days of rocking, bluesy, folk fun.

Live Review: Festival Of The Sun - Port Macquarie (14 and 15.12.12)

This years Festival Of The Sun saw itself through with brilliant weather and plenty of crowd pleasers. Held at the Sundowner Tourist Park at Port Macquarie’s Breakwall Beach, the festival stage was about 50m from the shoreline and the ground full of sand – genius construction as feet on this terrain are able to dance wilder and stand stronger through performances.