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Posted 11 Feb 2013 @ 9:05pm
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More guests have been announce for the Rock & Roll Gumbo Medicine Show – a fundraising event for Melbourne publicist Karen Conrad and her family to assist in treatment for her son Grant's cystic fibrosis. 

 

Charles Jenkins, The Darling Downs, Kerri Simpson, Suzannah Espie, Krista Polvere, Quincy McLean and more will be playing tunes on the day, while Mikelangelo will be...

Posted 7 Feb 2013 @ 4:42pm
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The Thornbury Theatre is welcoming back These Machines Cut Razor Wire.

 

Chris Wilson, Charles Jenkins, Les Thomas, Suzannah Espie, The Stillsons and Jed Rowe will all take to the stage to raise funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, with more acts yet to be announced.

Posted 5 Feb 2013 @ 2:19pm
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Jesse Hooper has had a long and varied career in the Australian music scene. With his sister Ella he formed Killing Heidi back in 1996, a band that released three albums and attained much critical and commercial success, and multiple ARIA awards in the early to mid-2000s. The band had run its course by 2006 and went on indefinite hiatus that year.

 

2010 saw the brother and...

Posted 18 Oct 2012 @ 10:40am
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Charles Jenkins has notched up more than a quarter of a century in this funny old business of music. Starting out in power pop bands the Mad Turks From Istanbul followed by Icecream Hands, Jenkins moved into solo territory, releasing five albums and co-writing with Mick Thomas, Angie Hart and Suzannah Espie in recent times. He also runs a number of song writing, vocal and performance workshops...

Posted 17 Jul 2012 @ 2:09pm
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Charles Jenkins is clear on the highlight of each year’s Winter Ball.  “It’s that two hours when I’m up on stage, performing – that’s really rewarding” Jenkins says.  “There’s a lot of organisation that goes into the Winter Ball, and I’ve got some great people helping out with the event, and doing the things that I couldn’t do.  But just to get up there and play for a couple of hours, with all...

Posted 25 May 2012 @ 7:52am
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The exceedingly popular Winter Ball, hosted by Charles Jenkins & The Zhivagos, had locked in its 2012 date at The Corner. Now we can wrap our eyes around the very tasty first lineup announcement.

 

The first round of artists includes Melbourne soul queen Suzannah Espie, rock n' roller Joel Silbersher, the fabulously dreamy Orbweavers, new kid Alex Lashlie, surf western genius...

Posted 13 Apr 2012 @ 2:07pm
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St Kilda's Pure Pop Records are the trifecta; record store, cafe, and live music venue in one. However, in order to keep it that way (and the neighbours happy) owner Dave Stevens has organised Raise the Roof at the Prince Bandroom, to help fund the store's renovations.

 

The evening will see performances from acts such as Ron S Peno & The Superstitions, Henry Wagons, The...

Posted 16 Nov 2011 @ 11:32am
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Your name:


Greg

 

Your band's name:

 


Autumn Gray

 

 

What's the deal with the band's name:

 


Someone suggested that the new band's name should "...have no connotations, something like 'Autumn Gray'...", and thus it was born. There is also a little character named 'Autumn Gray'; you can find him...

Posted 12 Jul 2011 @ 1:57pm
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At the third annual Winter Ball event, host and super-connected musician, Charles Jenkins once again rallied Melbourne's finest for a heart and hand warming night of song. 

 

Jenkins' band The Zhivagos are joined throughout by enough guest artists to bash out a modern day Do They Know It's Christmas at the drop of a hat - which we are thankfully spared. Instead, the desperate to...

Posted 26 May 2011 @ 8:55pm
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When the likes of some of Australia's most poignant artists created there masterpieces to mirror the colonial setting of a pioneer new world Australia, they surely didn't hypothesize a counterpart of contemporary rock music.

 

Experimental gentlemen' is an interactive art exhibition complied of artworks from the Grimwade collection including pieces by John Skinner Prout, William...

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