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Posted 11 Jun 2013 @ 2:54pm

A procession of pipes and drums signalled the sixth annual Heart of St.Kilda Concert was underway, its master of ceremonies – Brian Nankervis – extending a warm welcome. The evening, a fundraiser, was in support of the Sacred Heart Mission, their work aimed at assisting those in crisis with a range of basic needs such as access to food, health care, laundry and bathroom...

Posted 28 May 2013 @ 11:14am

Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, has announced his return down under later this year with a string of capital city dates in December, culminating what has been a banner year for the acoustic folk troubadour. 

 

His current album, All The Little Lights, started its extraordinary journey on Australian shores back in February last year, and has since travelled around the globe,...

Posted 21 May 2013 @ 2:37pm

While some musical-comedy acts struggle to maintain audience interest for longer than a single song, Tenacious D are the exception that proves the rule. There's no question that the appeal is Jack Black, whose elastic vocal histrionics and Hollywood A-List status pull 95% of the focus. Not that Kyle Gass isn’t a great guitarist, with acoustic shredding as good as any of the other acoustic...

Posted 16 May 2013 @ 10:22am

No stranger to Australian shores, guitar superhero Steve Vai has announced his return in 2013 for a national tour.

 

Vai will command the stage for well over two hours, joined by his band: Dave Weiner on guitar, Jeremy Colson on drums, Philip Bynoe on bass and Michael Arrom on keyboards.

Posted 9 May 2013 @ 11:02am

Wally Kempton is stuck in traffic, and it’s annoying him. “I’m on the Westgate Freeway, on way to Torquay with Money For Rope,” Kempton says. “I can’t fucking believe this traffic! What the fuck is going on here?” Kempton is scheduled to speak about Even’s appearance at this week’s Sacred Heart Mission fundraiser, the Heart of St Kilda. While avowedly not a spiritual person in the evangelical...

Posted 7 May 2013 @ 2:17pm

No disrespect to The Kooks, but I honestly had no idea how popular they really were. I really enjoyed their first album, Inside In/Inside Out, but always assumed that was the peak of their fame.

 

Turns out I was wrong. The Palais was packed to the rafters with their legion of fans. Even more interesting was that while the girls screamed and danced, it was their jocky,...

Posted 26 Apr 2013 @ 7:37am

Hirsute genre-bending rock gods Led Zeppelin created mystical music that remains as fresh and vital today as it did in the '70s. In addition to selling over 200 million albums globally, this mountain-moving larger-than-life combo was renowned for their electrifying live performances and myth-making off-stage antics.

 

The public’s voracious and seemingly insatiable appetite for...

Posted 28 Mar 2013 @ 11:37am

Italian rock legend Adelmo Fornaciari, more commonly known as Zucchero (meaning ‘sugar’), has been slaying hearts all over the world with his gravelly voice and gospel-inspired music for more than 40 years. Speaking to him, you wouldn’t have a clue he’s anything other than someone’s sunny nonno, but the man’s list of collaborations and achievements is frankly staggering.

 

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Posted 19 Feb 2013 @ 3:10pm

It was hard to escape Paul Kelly and Crowded House when you grew up in the ‘90s, and as much as the angst of grunge appealed to me, so did the romance and honesty of Neil Finn’s songwriting, and the storytelling prowess of Paul Kelly. Arguably the most lauded singer/songwriters from New Zealand and Australia respectively, the anticipation that this was going to be a gig to remember was...

Posted 14 Feb 2013 @ 9:21am

Tenacious D will be returning to our shores again this May for an extensive run of headline theatre shows.   

 

Tenacious D have always maintained a special love affair with audiences in Australia, but this will be their first trip here since the release of their Grammy-nominated third album, Rize Of The Fenix.

 

Joining The D for their Australian shows will be...

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