The big winners at last night’s National Live Music Awards (NLMAs) included Baker Boy, Stella Donnelly and Tropical Fuck Storm. Meanwhile, veteran rockers Magic Dirt were Hall of Fame inductees and SA’s Electric Fields won their first national award.
A public fundraising campaign in underway for the state’s first dedicated memorial to victims of domestic violence, an interactive sculptural garden in the Adelaide CBD.
With their Melbourne date already sold out, Mumford and Sons have added new seats to all Australian shows for their tour of the country this coming January.
The enthusiastic crowd that filled out Jive last night were treated to an enthralling, soulful performance from Juju and band. And with a promise to return to Adelaide in the new year, there’ll be another opportunity to experience it again soon.
To mark the release of her third studio album, Native Tongue, Mojo Juju has embarked on 21 date national tour that brings her to Jive in Adelaide this Thursday night.
Returning to Adelaide for the first time since WOMADelaide 2015, Tuareg guitarist and singer Bombino will play Jive on Thursday 22 November, touring on the back of his new album Deran. And thanks to Top Shelf Productions, The Upside News has tickets to give away for the gig!
Seven-piece rock outfit West Thebarton has capped off a stellar year by taking out four South Australian Music (SAM) Awards tonight, with other major category winners including MANE, A.B. Original and Adrian Eagle.
Guitar legend Joe Satriani is no stranger to Australia. Touring here several times across his ground-breaking career, he is now gearing up to head over once again on the back of latest album What Happens Next, bringing him to Adelaide on 26 November to play HQ.
Last night at Jive, Olympia delivered a highly satisfying taste of the old and the new on her ‘Star City’ tour of the country.
Under the direction of Judy Davis, Brian Friel’s Faith Healer is intense and rewarding theatre, rendered by an excellent cast.