It’s a truism that many of the best things in life are only experienced by the privileged few – and it was only Adelaide’s ‘privileged few’ that got to enjoy P.P. Arnold’s terrific performance at The Gov last night.
From Over the Water features songs recorded in the United States but all written (or co-written) by Bradford here in SA.
Brimming with local, national and interstate talent scheduled over ten thrilling days in an idyllic location< Stirling Fringe is set to impress.
The Dropkick Murphys did their only sideshow for Good Things Festival at HQ on December 10th with support from Young Offenders.
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.
There’s new proof that live music is a strength for Adelaide, with venues well and truly open for business and living up to Adelaide’s UNESCO designation as a City of Music.
The Upside News spoke with guitarist and vocalist Frank Sidoris about the new Slash album which was his first official time coming into record rhythm guitar in the studio with the band.
Supported by Alpha Box and Dice, Graduation opens Thursday 29 November upstairs at the Grace Emily at 6pm so get along and see for yourself the work of this legend in the making.
Legendary soul singer, the ‘First Lady of Immediate’, PP Arnold, will be in town on December 13 to play her first ever Adelaide solo show at The Gov and remind us all of her prodigious talents!
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.