Heading back to Adelaide to play these tracks to her home crowd at one of her favourite venues is something Tara is really looking forward to, and she can’t wait to celebrate with us.
The Gov’s A Magical Night of Variety show will take up where variety show entertainer Patricia Kennedy, AKA The Big Pretzel, left off 50 years ago.
Rob was nice enough to answer some slightly smoked questions that I had about his new establishment.
Lucas is performing one more time before his big move, so get to the Grace Emily Hotel on Sunday.
Next time I visit Slo Moe’s I think I will let the Mac & Cheese entertain my kids whilst I spend some serious quality time with the Smokey Cowboy Beans.
Crystal Waters plays with The Vengaboys and others at Thebarton Theatre, on November 11.
Swiss Folk-Metal act Eluveitie return to Adelaide on May 22 at The Gov, bringing their unique mix of melodic death metal and Celtic folk music.
“I wanted to capture my version of now,” Peter says. “The songs are reflections of turbulent decades on the rack, and the people and things that meant the most to me.”
The Cat Empire have been touring flat out this year and will be returning to Adelaide on May 26 to play Thebarton Theatre.
Car Boot Sale is a concise, ten-track record with lyrics immersed in universal themes of love, family and home plus wider concerns: shock jocks, climate change deniers and bullying.