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The Superjesus announce support acts for Australian tour!

Australian rock legends The Superjesus have announced the supporting acts for their four stop 'Setting Sun' tour of Australia this November. The opening acts for the tour will be Van Cooper and Calling Mayday in Sydney, Blonde on Blonde and Trails in Brisbane, Cicadastone and She's The Driver in Melbourne, and Angels of Gung-Ho in Adelaide.

Photo Gallery: Baby Animals + The Superjesus - The Gov, Adelaide (19.06.15)

Baby Animals

After weeks on the road together, Baby Animals (pictured) and The Superjesus brought the She Who Rocks tour to The Superjesus home turf on Friday night for the first of two shows at The Gov. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review.

the AU interview: Sarah McLeod & Tim Henwood of The Superjesus (Australia) back on the road with The Tea Party.

Larry Heath interviews Sarah McLeod and Tim Henwood of Aussie rockers The Superjesus to talk about getting back on the road to support The Tea Party around Australia this month (which is happening right now!)!

the AU sessions: The Superjesus perform a live and acoustic version of "Gravity" in a park in Sydney!

the AU review presents Sarah McLeod and Tim Henwood from The Superjesus performing their classic single "Gravity" LIVE, Acoustic and Exclusive for the AU sessions.

The Tea Party announce Australian dates + new album!

Canadian band The Tea Party have announced a run of dates for this October off the back of their first studio album in 10 years, The Ocean At The End. The tour will see the band play shows in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Wollongong, Newcastle, Gold Coast and Brisbane.

the AU sessions: Sarah McLeod performs The Superjesus' "Second Sun" LIVE and acoustic!

the AU review presents the AU sessions with The Superjesus' Sarah McLeod performing the classic track "Second Sun" LIVE, solo and acoustic in a Sydney park!

The Superjesus celebrate Australia Day with a series of NSW tour dates!

The Superjesus are celebrating Australia Day weekend with three live shows in New South Wales. The band will start the weekend celebrations on January 24th at Waves Wollongong, then head to Bateau Bay Hotel on the 25th, and end the weekend with a stellar Australia Day show at Garrison Point, Bankstown.

Photo Gallery: The Superjesus - The Gov, Adelaide (28.06.13)

The Superjesus came back to their hometown of Adelaide for the last 2 shows of their reunion tour on Friday night - Lauren Connelly took photos, sang loudly and went deaf.

Photo Gallery: The Superjesus + Love Junkies + Broken Royale - Amplifier Bar (22.06.13)

The Superjesus played the Amplifier Bar on Saturday night with support from The Love Junkies and Broken Royale. Guang-Hui Chuan was there and brings us these photos from the pit.

Live Review: The Superjesus + Jackson Firebird + Harriet Whiskey Club - The Annandale Hotel, Sydney (30.05.13)

It seems fitting that The Superjesus chose to launch their Resurrection Tour at the Annandale Hotel. Two icons of Australian music: one on the verge of collapse and one reemerging from a long hiatus. Both are a little rough around the edges. Both still capable of rocking.

CLOSED Win a double pass to see The Superjesus!

The Superjesus are back with “The Resurrection Tour”. After an overwhelming reaction to the recent one-off show in their hometown Adelaide, The Superjesus will hit the road with their first show hitting The Annandale in Sydney on May 30. The Superjesus have never left the hearts of their die hard fans and will perform those epic songs that are embedded in so many memories – Gravity, Secret Agent Man, Second Sun, Down Again, Stick Together with even more raw energy than 10 years ago.

Live Review: Stone Music Festival: Day One - ANZ Stadium (20.04.13)

The first day of Stone Music Festival was such a mixed bag, that's it hard to even now where to start the review. It didn't feel like it all happened in one day, and it never flowed like a music festival. There was only one main stage that was often left bare for 30-50 minutes while the next band set up, and the independent music stage was in the middle of nowhere and left with no crowd at all. But alas, this is about the music, so let's begin...

Gig Announcements: Adelaide, Perth & WA - March 20

It’s all happening at The Gov in this week’s announcements, with The Drones, The Superjesus, Kaki King, San Cisco, The Reverend Horton Heat and Soilwork all announcing shows there. While Cable Beach Amphitheatre gets the chills from Icehouse and the Rosemount Hotel gets a visit from some reformed 80s icons.

Stone Parade added to the bill of Stone Music Festival

The lineup for Australia’s first Stone Music Festival just keeps getting bigger! The festival’s local offerings recently got another boost with 2012 musicOz Award winners Stone Parade joining the festival line up: With Van Halen, Buckcherry, Kings of Chaos and Billy Joel to name a few.

Tickets for the two day festival at Sydney’s ANZ stadium (April 20 and 21) are available now from $129 a day.