Supported by Electric Exiles and Andy Roberts, this will be the last show on the The Dead Love’s Transitions album tour and they are ready to party hard with Adelaide.
On Sunday, December 7, Etypejazz, who have sold over 28, 000 albums will launch the album they recorded in front of a live studio audience.
This month, Clint Boge, ex Butterfly Effect front man, will be coming to Adelaide and bringing with him his new solo act and a new outlook.
This Friday night, join Sofie, Sean Kemp, Trent Worley, Hello Lover, Cosmo Thundercat and Dusty & the Wasted Wanderers at the Jade Monkey as they kick off your weekend.
Kristie Bartsch is one of the many participants in the Barossa Relay for Life event with her team ‘Leigh’s Army’, which was formed to commemorate her late brother.
At West Terrace Cemetery 30 October at 6.30pm, an evening of the uncanny and unnerving will take place, getting a head start on Halloween
He’s living in Nashville these days but singer songwriter Rick Price still calls Australia home and is touring the country for the next fortnight.
On October 31, Surviving Sharks, Across the Atlas, Dirt Playground and Slick Arnold will play Halloween Horror Rock at the Worldsend Hotel.
According to their website, Air Asia AsiaFest has been cancelled due to extreme weather warnings in Adelaide. For […]
One of the most rich and cherished songbooks in rock’n’roll history will be reborn across Australia in October when […]