The intimate crowd at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre on Friday night was transported back to a decade ago, as the Canadian group opened up with two songs from third studio album Crisis.
The only bad thing about an A Day To Remember show is that they now have too many hits to fit into a setlist.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have announced a massive tour of Australia and New Zealand this summer, including a date at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Monday 30th January thanks to frontier touring.
Speaking to the Upside News over the phone from his home in England, Hot Chocolate’s Patrick Olive is in high spirits and looking forward to the band’s forthcoming Australian tour.
Australian audiences will be among the first to hear songs from the new Innocent Criminals’ album, Call It What It Is, their first in eight years.
This was a very special gig and one of the most enjoyable shows I’ve experienced in a while.
Ben Folds is certainly no stranger to Adelaide. This August the multi-platinum singer/songwriter/producer will return to the place he once called home as part of an Australian tour in August, performing on stage with celebrated New York City-based chamber ensemble yMusic.
With Smith’s universal appeal and the promise of a new album after the completion of this tour, fans have much to look forward to.
All the ingredients that have yielded Cold Chisel’s iconic status in Australian music were on display as they rocked the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Tuesday night, a performance that proved, even into the band’s fifth decade, they remain at the top of their game.
FM radio may be awash with ‘Flame Trees’, ‘Cheap Wine’ and ‘Khe Sanh’ but, as great as those established numbers are, listeners deserve hear the material on The Perfect Crime: the songs stack up very well against the older material, but have the advantage of freshness and variety.