The music industry has again done it tough in 2021. And while touring new material has been pretty much impossible, musicians have continued to release excellent material. So here is the Upside take on the the best of it!
Guitar legend Joe Satriani is no stranger to Australia. Touring here several times across his ground-breaking career, he is now gearing up to head over once again on the back of latest album What Happens Next, bringing him to Adelaide on 26 November to play HQ.
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Fowler & Finn: A Tribute to Crowded House – The obviously talented Fowler Sisters have one more show to play during this year’s Fringe, and now, given an extra, distraction-free week to get the songs into better shape, there is every chance their next show will be much more successful than this one.
Field, See & Mason at The German Club – a beautifully balanced set of blue-chip Oz rock ballads and brawlers.
Ciaran Gribbin promises The Beatles First Five show is going to be a great night of fun and excitement! His enthusiasm for the project shines through in his chat with The Upside News as he talks about the Fab Four, INXS, Madonna and U2, and his lifelong passion for melody.
Diamond Lives, Picture Books is scheduled for one more performance at The Jade, 142 Franklin Street, Adelaide, next Friday night, June 16 at 7:30pm.
Word of mouth, after this first show, should ensure that tickets will be scarce by the end of the week. Buy yours now.
The opening of the 2017 Adelaide Festival was celebrated in grand style on Sunday evening with a free performance on the Adelaide Riverbank by Neil Finn, one of the world’s finest singer-songwriters.