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Photo Gallery: Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards - Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne (26.03.14)

Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards came to the Thornbury Theatre in Melbourne last week. Mandy Hall was there and brings us these photos from the night:

Gig Announcements: Melbourne & VIC - 6th February 2014

cat power

In this issue: Cat Power announces fourth and final Melbourne show, Charles Jenkins and The Zhivagos launch new album, Mick Turner launches new album, Ash Grunwald returns to The Espy for an intimate solo show, Lachlan Ewbank joins Heads of Charm at The Tote; Liam Gerner announces month long residency in Melbourne, Liz Stringer to play Folk Alliance International USA, 28 Days to launch new single in February and Elvis Costello and The Imposters confirm Melbourne show.

Photo Gallery: Jello Biafra - Thornbury Theatre (25.05.13)

Ian Laidlaw brings us these photos of Jello Biafra at Thornbury Theatre from last Saturday night.

Live Review: The Woohoo Revue + Ghost Orkid + The Bad Brigade - The Thornbury Theatre (27.10.12)

The Woohoo Revue, Thornbury Theatre

Mwahahahaha Happy Halloween little urchins. I hope you’re raising your glasses to the dead and tapping your left foot to a beat. Perhaps you were lucky enough to be in the crowd for The Woohoo Revue’s wickedly raucous show last Saturday night? No? Please allow me to furnish you with the details.

Tex Perkins and The Dark Horses + Adalita - The Thornbury Theatre (17.06.11)

The Thornbury Theatre is an odd spot to see the legendary Tex Perkins and The Dark Horses. It’s a style reminiscent of a reception centre, so when I walked in the tables were full and I needed to squish my way near the front to find a seat side of stage.

Owen Pallett + Jessica Says - The Thornbury Theatre (15.01.11)

Bathed in the warm glow of candlelight, the Thornbury Theatre would host a truly remarkable concert, featuring Owen Pallet - now free from his Final Fantasy moniker - and a showcase of divine orchestral-pop brilliance. The anticipation in the room was palpable.