A healthy and happy Les McKeown is very excited to be bringing his latest version of the Bay City Rollers back to Australia for a series of shows celebrating those heady days when Rollermania rocked the world. And a lot of people are getting excited and buying tickets!
The Whitlams are now quarter of a century old, and it seemed many of those who have grown into middle age along with the band were in attendance at the Festival Theatre on Saturday night, all happily reliving the joys, frustrations and outrages contained within Freedman’s songs, rejoicing in the full dramatic sensurround sound of the soundtrack of their lives.
The fascinating documentary, David Lynch: The Art Life, will be screened, in a double bill with a new print of Eraserhead, at the Palace Nova Cinemas on Sunday 21 May from 2:15pm, as part of the American Essentials Film Festival 2017.
Steve Hackett brings his Genesis Revisited live show to Australia – playing Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in August. Pack your kit and get ready for the road trip!
Get hold of Ben Wright-Smith’s album, The Great Divorce, listen to it once and then I bet you will find it very hard not to hit the repeat button and play it again and again…
Alison Krauss’s new album, Windy City, is a lacklustre stroll through the standards of country music’s blander middle of the road songbook.
Little Big Town have tried really hard here to give us what we need, an affirming and uplifting slice of country-pop perfection, that will please old fans and win them a multitude of new ones.
OCD Love proved to be compulsive, but uncomfortable viewing.
Kevin Borich and his band left the stage to rousing applause surely satisfied in the knowledge that they had just delivered an exceptional masterclass in high energy rock, funk and blues.
Leo Sayer still has plenty of stage presence, and commands a devoted and loyal fanbase who excitedly push and prod each other’s shoulders as they recognise the opening bars of each song as he worked his way through a generous cross-section of his hits.