Grant is very funny, an excellent musician, and it doesn’t hurt that he is incredibly attractive.
One of the most important lessons kids can learn is how to rock out; it’s pretty much up there with reading, writing and breakdancing.
Ben Folds is certainly no stranger to Adelaide. This August the multi-platinum singer/songwriter/producer will return to the place he once called home as part of an Australian tour in August, performing on stage with celebrated New York City-based chamber ensemble yMusic.
Taking inspiration from the blues tradition of sharing and ‘borrowing’ music, Something Borrowed, Something Blues blends comedy, dance, music and a whole lot of audience participation in an unashamed celebration of plagiarism in all its forms.
Luckily, when she comes to Adelaide, Ruby Boots will be headlining a far more intimate gig at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, where she will be supported by an Adelaide favourite.
This year’s WOMADelaide line-up is pointing towards another incredible festival, with a range of exciting artists from […]
Adelaide rising star Dusty Lee Stephensen has a huge festival season ahead of him with gigs at Fringe Festival, Clipsal 500 and WOMADelaide.
After a six year absence, Atlanta hardcore rock group Sevendust are coming back to Australia to play a heap of dates throughout March.
Welcome to the land of the disoriented and confused.
Russell Morris certainly crams a lot into a single hour on stage. His Spiegeltent performance on Friday night was a master class in professionalism.