Upside News writer and diehard KISS devotee Hollee Gunter spoke with former KISS guitarist and crowd favorite Bruce Kulick ahead of his gig at the Bridgeway this Saturday, May 20.
Dinosaur Jr stormed the stage at The Gov last night, proving they are still one of the best alternative rock bands around.
Dope Lemon is the new project from Angus Stone, of Angus and Julia Stone fame, and it is coming to Adelaide very soon.
On Friday night Melbourne band Alpine played at the Fat Controller, supported by local bands Auguste and The Montreals.
At a meagre $10 a ticket to see one of the hottest live acts in the country, you’d be mad to miss it.
Olympia and band showed that they have the power to engage an audience, and do so effortlessly. The band played well and Olympia hit every high note, both vocally and on her wonderful blue Jazzmaster.
Swiss Folk-Metal act Eluveitie return to Adelaide on May 22 at The Gov, bringing their unique mix of melodic death metal and Celtic folk music.
The Cat Empire have been touring flat out this year and will be returning to Adelaide on May 26 to play Thebarton Theatre.
Back together after a two year hiatus between 2012-2014, the band are stronger than ever and looking forward to getting back to Australia.
Coheed and Cambria will be rocking the crap out of The Gov on May 11 with doors open from 7:30.