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TREVOR HALL

the AU interview: Trevor Hall (South Carolina) on touring Australia with Michael Franti and more.

At the end of his Australian tour earlier this month, South Carolina musician Trevor Hall stopped by AU HQ in Sydney to chat about the tour, his latest album and his 2015 return to Australia for Bluesfest, touring as part of the Music & Yoga "Soulshine" tour with Michael Franti. Watch the chat here:

the AU sessions: Trevor Hall (South Carolina) "Wish Man"

In our final AU session for 2014, we capture South Carolina's Trevor Hall performing his track "Wish Man" in a park in Sydney, Australia. The track is taken from his record Chapter Of The Forest, out now. Trevor will return to Australia in 2015 to play Bluesfest and shows with Michael Franti.

Photo Gallery: Rock The Gate - Enmore Theatre, Sydney (23.11.14)

A huge benefit to raise funds and awareness for the important anti-fracking cause was held in Sydney, with the likes of Pete Murray, Nahko and more coming together for the brilliant 'Rock the Gate' event. Gwendolyn Lee was there for the AU and brings us these photos!

The Gipsy Kings, Rodrigo Y Gabriela and more feature on the third Bluesfest artist announcement!

The Bluesfest line up got even bigger today, with an impressive third round of artists being confirmed to be heading to Byron Bay over Easter weekend 2015! The festival already boasts the likes of The Black Keys and Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals and today, Peter Noble and his crew are delighted to announce that among their next crop of Bluesfest-bound artists are The Gipsy Kings, Rodrigo Y Gabriela and Jurassic 5!

'Rock the Gate' - why one music concert is taking over Enmore Road this November.

This November, a stellar group of musicians are coming together in Sydney for what looks set to be a great day and night of live music. 'Rock the Gate', featuring the likes of Pete Murray and The Herd, will be taking over the Enmore Theatre on the 23rd, but the music is set to continue outside and down Enmore Road, with the busy cafe and business strip coming to the table and taking part in what's going to be a huge street party. This all sounds good, but why? Well, 'Rock the Gate' isn't just about providing Sydneysiders some good times on a Sunday, it's also about shedding light on and raising awareness about a serious issue many Australians now face, but may know little about.