No false advertising here, Porchland truly is the festival of nice times and a daydreamers paradise.
Indie rock trio Horror My Friend achieved three nods for their successes at the South Australian Music (SAM) Awards tonight, with Adrian Eagle and Electric Fields both coming away with two awards each, and Jess Day winning Best New Artist.
The inaugural Terrace Sessions are a free, pop-up music series featuring some of South Australia’s most talented musicians, playing over four Friday nights.
One half of blues duo Filthy Lucre, Luke Marsh, has just released his debut solo album as L.R. Marsh and to celebrate, he’s announced a launch gig on November 23 at Jive.
Lebanese-born, Paris-based DJ, Hadi Zeidan delivered an OzAsia double header at Nexus Arts over two nights at the festival’s tail end, with Shik Shak Shok on Thursday 31st October and Beirut Electro Parade the following evening.
Grinspoon proved why they are one of Australia’s most well-loved rock bands at the AEC.
It has been a busy few months for Japanese Wallpaper aka Gab Strum, who heads to town on Saturday 2 November as part of an extensive national tour on the back of his much anticipated debut album, Glow, released earlier this month.
The SAM Awards (formerly Fowler’s Live Music Awards) has been made possible since 2012 with a special grant from the government’s Music Development Office and the valued support of many sponsors.
These days, Rick lives in Nashville, USA, returning home about twice a year, and with this trip back to Australia, he will be playing the Heaven Knows album cover-to- cover in solo acoustic mode across the country.
Music SA is proud to reveal the 2019 South Australian Music (SAM) Awards finalists, with the winners to be announced during a red carpet ceremony on Friday 22 November at Adelaide University’s beautiful Bonython Hall.