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TUMBLEWEED

Photo Gallery: Tumbleweed + Batpiss - Fowlers Live, Adelaide (19.09.15)

Lauren Connelly brings us these photos of Tumbleweed and Batpiss at Fowler's Live in Adelaide:

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: September 18th - September 20th

As we head into the final few weeks of September (eek), our contributors are getting their fine selves along to some stellar shows around the country this weekend in particular! From The Rubens on the West Coast, to SAFIA coming through to embrace South Australia, there's plenty to be getting to - check out some of our picks for this weekend, below.

the AU interview: Richie Lewis of Tumbleweed (Wollongong) talks about their first performance since Jay Curley's passing.

Larry Heath interviewed Richie Lewis from Tumbleweed before they hit the stage at the inaugural Sydney based street festival Young Henry's Small World, to talk about the event and what was their first performance together since the sudden and untimely passing of their bass guitarist Jay Curley.

Tumbleweed announce new single "Drop in the Ocean" and Jay Curley tribute shows for November.

Fans and the industry alike were rocked with the sad news of Tumbleweed bassist Jay Curley's passing not too long ago. With their new single "Drop in the Ocean", the band continues to honour their brother's memory as well as raise much needed awareness of Sea Shepherd Australia. Tumbleweed will be performing three special shows in Melbourne and Geelong in November too in tribute to Jay, the dates of which you can check out below!

Festival Review: Young Henry's Small World Festival - Jabez Street, Marrickville (20.09.14)

A conflux of some of the greatest aspects of Sydney's culturally rich inner-west was what Newtown microbrewery Young Henry's delivered in the small, tree-lined Jabez Street in Marickville this past weekend. It was a simple idea really: one of the city's most respected and loved beer breweries deciding to use their massive pull to put on a food, drink, music, and arts street festival to further their consistent involvement in the local community. It's an idea which worked well, with an entire day full of good local food, good local beer, and good local music.

Photo Gallery: Young Henry's Small World Festival - Jabez Street, Marrickville (20.09.14)

Sydney brewer Young Henry's curated the Small World street Festival in Marrickville with an awesome lineup of local talent headlined by Tumbleweed and Beer. Photo's brought to you by Pete Dovgan.

Sydney brewery Young Henry's announces food and music festival

Popular Newtown brewery Young Henry's have been heavily involved in the community since their reliable craft beers started popping up all over the city. Today they push that involvement even further with the announcement of a special one-day festival, celebrating the inner-west by featuring some of Sydney's most exciting local bands, restaurateurs, and some of Young Henry's own crafted surprises.

New Music Video: Tumbleweed - "Like A Night Owl" (2013)

"Like A Night Owl" is second single from Tumbleweed's new album Sounds From The Other Side, out now.

Tumbleweed announce national tour as "Sounds From The Other Side" is released!

Tumbleweed, stalwarts of the Australian music scene during the 1990s, reunited to an excellent response 14 years after disbanding in 1995. The band have released Sounds From The Other Side, a testament to the talent the band has always retained for producing great rock music. You can catch them as the perform cuts from the record, as well as tunes from their catalogue at the following venues through November and December!

Gig Announcements: Melbourne & VIC - 5th August 2013

In This Issue: Barbarion and Vice Grip Pussies at The Espy, Sun Rising 1st birthday celebrations, July Days album launch at Ding Dong Lounge, Dirt Farmer single launch at The Workers Club, Tumbleweed single launch at The Espy, Renee Geyer at Flying Saucer Club, Texture Like Sun headline show, Models return for two Melbourne shows, Venice Music show at Some Velvet Morning, The Pretty Littles 'Never Felt Worse' launch.

Money For Rope set for August/September tour.

Melbourne's Money For Rope are going to be touring through August and September, showcasing some new material and the kickass tracks off their impressive 2012 debut for hungry MFR fans around the East Coast.

9th annual Gum Ball festival reveals more artists set to perform in the Hunter Valley this year.

The Gum Ball Festival is known for its penchant of assembling quite the eclectic line-up of musicians from Australia and abroad, and 2013 is no different. Following on from the festival's initial announcement of bands, The Gum Ball has revealed that the alt-country 'supergroup' The Hillbilly Killers are set to headline this year's installment.

The full line up of artists announced so far reads as follows:

The Hillbilly Killers
Tumbleweed
The Medics
The Eastern (NZ)
Money For Rope
Benjalu

Tour Updates: Billy Bragg, Sinead Burgess, Weezer, Jason Byrne, John Waite and more!

In this issue: Billy Bragg adds final show to Melbourne, Sinead Burgess confirmed to open for Owl City, Cloud Control and Ball Park Music to open for Weezer next year and much more!

BILLY BRAGG ANNOUNCES FINAL SHOW FOR MELBOURNE