“Sometimes people think they can’t have a good time anymore because they have too many responsibilities, but it is about finding your own fun. You can have your wine, and drink it too!” she laughs.
While she’s only been writing music for about the past two years, Stellie is currently getting plenty of national airplay and is certainly hitting the big time.
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The music at WOMADelaide is a chance to experience and learn about a myriad of different cultures, find out about or support local artists and hear music that you may never get to listen to again.
If you are gagging for a bawdy night out and want to leave your inhibitions at the door, Blanc de Blanc Encore is the show for you. It is a lavish display of glitz and breathtaking skill: a raucous experience, with laughter and lasciviousness interwoven with genuine artistry.
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Have you ever wondered what it’s like to wander into a bar in Tokyo and speed date your way through a talented and anarchic group of magicians under a canopy of cherry blossoms? At Maho Magic Bar, you’ve come to the right place.
The first night of Tokyo Jet Daze – A Punk Weekender delivered a high energy night of punk rock excess. Featuring The Jet Boys, and legendary band The 18.104.22.168’s, it provided ample evidence that primal rock music will never die!
Kissajukian started strong and had a clear rapport with the audience, but the second half went slightly off tangent at times; perhaps a result of the copious vodka the comedian was swigging. The irony was that alcohol WAS actually good for him – as the laughs came from his response to the sometimes awkward silence amongst his audience.