Supported by Aussie pop punk band Short Stack, The Vamps who brought us “Can We Dance?”, “Last Night” and, more recently, “Cecilia” were eagerly awaited by a legion of young fans.
most importantly, the point of difference for my show isn’t just my look. It’s not the fact that I’m big, black, bearded and gay, it’s that I love opera and I want to share that love of opera with you. I also want to sit down with you and tell you the things that make us the same.
Supported by Splash Adelaide, The Orchard Festival in Light Square will be a great, free event to ring in the festival season.
Truckfighters tore a hole in the fabric of time and space, and left their audience overawed and in need of a lie-down after such a beautiful visual and aural assault.
Famous for their visual and aural spectaculars, this year the company offers a unique experience for all the senses. Fear and Delight is a night of decadent cocktails, indulgent food, music, theatrics and, to top off the evening, a party.
Meeta has been described as the true heir of the Gwalior musical gharana, being the grand-daughter and disciple of Padma Bhushan Pt Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit, the doyen of Northern Indian Classical music in the 20th century.
She is the sixth in an unbroken lineage of a two hundred year old tradition, but she is the first woman in her family to become a musician.
At a little over an hour, the set was short but high in energy. Every song came at the same frenetic pace, accompanied by rock salutes and smiles at the crowd.
“Run” is about growing up in a small town, getting into trouble, running from cops and being a smart arse.
Last night, local bands got together at Jive to raise money for charity organisation Beyondblue raising almost $1000 for the mental health organisation.
It’s a sprawling work that manages to combine rock’n’roll excesses with pop song sensibilities, creating a sonic landscape that demands the listener’s attention from start to finish.