It’s amazing to think that a few years ago, the name George Ezra was barely known, as the widely-acclaimed singer/songwriter graced the stage of the Thebby Theatre in Adelaide last night.
It is on the basis of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s actions delivered in such an inspiring and triumphant way that one can walk away from this film feeling like it is possible for the actions of a simple few to change the course of history.
International Short Film Festival, Flickerfest returns to Adelaide at the Mercury Cinema on Saturday 2nd February
Luka Bloom displays his indomitable folkie passion talking about the state of the modern world – and his love for Australia – in the lead up to his latest Australian tour!
After Adelaide’s hottest day on record, the refreshing folk sounds of Mumford & Sons and the soothing soul of Michael Kiwanuka provided the perfect way to cool down.
Dream On, Dreamer and The Getaway Plan have teamed up for a national co-headline tour. They’ll reach Adelaide […]
Ruby Slipper Chronicles is the story of a Kansas native leaving home during a tornado for an adventure. […]
The Upside News caught up with JPY at home in the idyllic surrounds of Lake Macquarie to speak with him about his upcoming Vanda & Young Songbook tour and his relationship with, arguably, Australia’s greatest ever songwriting duo.
Six South Australian emerging music acts will have the opportunity of a lifetime, joining the likes of Red Hot […]
Kay Cann was in Adelaide Botanic Park on Wednesday night for The Upside News to capture all the sensational action at the Florence + the Machine gig, with support from Leon Bridges and Marlon Williams.