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Posted 18 Nov 2013 @ 10:27am

When Jill Scott was growing up she had no idea she had a beautiful voice. It seems baffling that there was a time when the woman responsible for neo-soul classics like ‘A Long Walk’ or Cross My Mind (for which she won a Grammy, one of three she’s been awarded) didn’t realise she could sing, but there it is. Raised as a Jehovah’s Witness in North Philadelphia, she didn’t grow up with church...

Posted 28 Aug 2013 @ 1:00pm

The Palais Theatre has come up with a solution for music fans who’ve missed out on tickets for a sell-out show but don’t want to pay three times the original price from scalpers, or have a legitimate reason to get rid of their tickets.


It’s set up a fan-to-fan ticket resales service.
Neil Croker, CEO of Palais Theatre Management says, “We understand that at times...

Posted 23 Apr 2013 @ 2:10pm

The final acts have been confirmed for the Heart Of St Kilda fundraiser.


The fundraiser supports St Kilda's iconic Sacred Heart Mission and aims to fund over 30,000 breakfasts and lunches for those experiencing homelessness or poverty.


Dave Callan, Henry Wagons, Frank Woodley, Saskwatch, Rebecca Bernard and Billy Miller join previously announced Graveyard Train...

Posted 21 Feb 2013 @ 11:01am

Known for his work with Tool and A Perfect Circle, Maynard James Keenan needs no introduction. Prolific and understated all the same, it’s with Puscifer – a long-time project of Keenan’s – that he truly gives his creative underbelly a voice. He’s described the project as a “playground” for the voices inside his head. Unexpectedly then, Puscifer is a hodgepodge of comedic metal and at times,...

Posted 27 Dec 2012 @ 6:38pm

It’s been a while between drinks for Aussie songstress Missy Higgins, but it seems the break has done her good. At her hometown gig, she appeared at once cool, calm and collected while also showing off some pretty talented mates she’d brought along for the ride.


Her new album, The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle, shows a fuller sound for Higgins and one that is much less reliant on piano....

Posted 9 Nov 2012 @ 5:27pm

Maynard James Keenan's brainchild Puscifer will be playing a headline show at Melbourne's Palais Theatre in February, 2013.


Their latest album Conditions of My Parole is the culmination of the band's three years together and was recorded at Maynard's Caduceus Cellars. Merging technology, quirky characters and comedy, their live show has been described as “anarchist dinner...

Posted 17 Oct 2012 @ 10:56am

Supertramp singer-songwriter Roger Hodgson has announced a Melbourne show alongside his Bluesfest 2013 appearance.


Roger played in Australian with only one other accompanist three years ago and managed to sell out his tour. This time the writer and singer of Supertramp's anthems brings his full band to Australia for the very first time.


It'll be an exceptional...

Posted 9 Oct 2012 @ 11:27am

Outrageuous comedian Sarah Silverman has announced a headline Melbourne performance this December.


Star of The Sarah Silverman Program, Sarah ha gained a worldwide following with her brazen, boundry-pushing style of comedy.


Sarah has also appeared in numerous films such as School Of Rock, Take This Waltz, and the upcoming Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph -...

Posted 24 Jul 2012 @ 12:53pm

Promoted as ‘An Amazing Gig for An Amazing Cause’, the fifth annual Heart of St Kilda Concert fulfilled expectation with its unique blend of comedic and musical flare; all in support of 30 tireless years of devotion by the Sacred Heart Mission. Ian Bland’s poetic depiction of the suburb we all know and love was real and matter of fact as he painted a pure and honest...

Posted 17 Jul 2012 @ 12:48pm

After seven years languishing in unremarkable side projects, The Tea Party have returned to their spiritual home of Australia to spectacularly announce their return, whip up a little religious fervour in the over-30 bogans with the dubious facial hair and no doubt, pocket a tidy amount of cash. Backlit to highlight their mystical silhouettes we welcomed them only after the loudest world music...


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