Sometime in the early seventies, experimental music icon, Brian Eno, left a hand-written note at the foot of […]
Ziggy played the cello – and it was very good!
Evan Ziporyn’s Ambient Orchestra provided Adelaide audiences with an evocative and transportive overview of the evolution of ambient music at Elder Hall last night.
English singer-somgwriter, Phoebe Katis, delivered a fantastic 5-star performance in The Carole King Story at the Garage International tonight.
Irish singer-songwriter, Wallis Bird’s first ever Adelaide show, on the last Wednesday night of the Adelaide Fringe, proved to be a most odd and, in unexpected ways, a most memorable performance.
The Late Bloomers’ Adelaide Fringe show, Scotland! is impressionistic, surrealistic, non-linear and told mostly in mime and sound effects, yet by the end of it you will be glad you made the journey.
Peter Combe brings his quirky songs back to Adelaide Fringe for some family fun.
Unassumingly acerbic, Brady’s conversational comedy style had the crowd hanging on every word.
The RCC pulled together quite a line-up for the principal gig of their Fringe program. Originally announced as original members of Pussy Riot re-uniting for the first time, (a major coup in itself) we then had the additions of Yothu Yindi, Rev Billy & the Stop Shopping Choir, Cash Savage & the Last Drinks and Ecca Vandal – the event turning into a mini-festival.
Englishman, Dan Clews’ The James Taylor Story, is an Adelaide Fringe show that will please all acoustic music fans and deserves a full house every night.