At a meagre $10 a ticket to see one of the hottest live acts in the country, you’d be mad to miss it.
The guys are very keen for you to join them at Jive on Saturday night and celebrate the production of an album they are particularly proud of.
It’s an honest, edgy recording, delivered with fat riffs, tight grooves and a whole lot of soul. Listening to Mara feels like a late night juke-joint with a bourbon in your hand.
Mildura duo Jackson Firebird are gearing up for string of tour dates that will bring them to Adelaide’s Jive Bar on Friday 27th November in support of second studio album, Shake The Breakdown.
On Friday 19th June, a couple of wasted wanderers will do goddamn anything to get you to buy their debut EP.
Fall or Fly is ready to launch and singer Stef Crowley reckons there’s no better place to celebrate that achievement than live music venue Jive alongside two other Adelaide rock outfits.
At a little over an hour, the set was short but high in energy. Every song came at the same frenetic pace, accompanied by rock salutes and smiles at the crowd.
Last night, local bands got together at Jive to raise money for charity organisation Beyondblue raising almost $1000 for the mental health organisation.
It is a pleasure to watch musicians who clearly live the material they deliver, and in this band all members give high energy, expressive performances.
Kurt Cobain asked the girls to open for Nirvana on their UK tour, just before the release of the hugely successful album, Nevermind; and CJ Ramone joined them onstage during one of their Ramones tribute shows: Osaka Ramones…