Max Savage and The False Idols will be rocking the stage at South Australia’s Blenheim Festival, making your Good Friday even better.
Echo Drama will play at BlenheimFest on Friday April 3rd along with a line up of other really great bands so grab your ticket to support a local, not for profit festival who are doing great things for our state.
Meanwhile, on social media, Shaolin Afronauts are clocking up YouTube views like nobody’s business; their song ‘Kilimanjaro’ has had over 1.2 million listens.
Speaking to The Upside News from Lorne, Zee says she’s keen to get to Adelaide and check out our festival vibe.
The band, who have been together since 2002, with OG joining in 2011, have chosen the Crown and Sceptre to launch In Love/In Madness…
Stunning three-part harmonies by front-woman Yasmine Weatherall, drummer Peter Vawser and acoustic guitarist Tonia Brooks are enough to send shivers down the spine…
Known well as the centre of inclusive, culturally diverse arts in Adelaide, this year’s offering will not disappoint.
Check out our snaps from Seth Sentry’s ‘Run’ gig last night at The Gov.
Knopfler, who was always the least fashionable of rock stars, is only interested in producing the kind of music he wants to make. In this respect he is reflected in the character in “Skydiver” who sings ‘I don’t give a damn about a thing’. In an era dominated by manufactured music this is a refreshing approach, and has culminated in one of Knopfler’s best solo albums.
Bruce took us through a short and sweet set of favourites, mostly from Alive III and Revenge. (If you’re a KISS fan, you’ll know that this album is over 20 years old now – it was released in 1993 and went gold in 1994.)