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BLUESFEST 2018: DAY 2 GALLERY

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - March 31, 2018

Good Friday blessed Bluesfest audiences with even more colour and joy at the festival which just keeps on giving. Jason Rosewarne captured the Day 2 action featuring a bunch of impressive Australian acts including Little Georgia, The Teskey Brothers, Mia Dyson and All Our Exes Live In Texas. Also to…

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REVIEW: WALTER TROUT

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - March 30, 2018

BLUESFEST SIDESHOW: WALTER TROUT Corner Hotel, Melbourne March 29, 2018 Report and Photos: Mark Moray (Wicked Rock Photography) Every music venue has a story to tell, as do the artists that play there, but there wouldn’t have been a bigger story than Walter Trout’s, which played out at the Corner…

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SIX QUIX and Q&A WITH BLACK SUMMER

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 30, 2018

Musical wunderkind Black Summer, otherwise known as Rhys Toms, is back with a luminescent new song Sadness, featuring Bahamian vocalist Chloe Campbell, which was released on March 23. The perfect followup to 2017’s Young Like Me, which has racked up over three million streams across multiple platforms, Sadness is an…

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BLUESFEST 2018: DAY 1 GALLERY

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - March 30, 2018

Bluesfest 2018 may have begun with a little rain but punters were well and truly compensated by the amazing array of talent on stage for day 1 including; Gov’t Mule, Gomez, Newton Faulkner, The New Power Generation, Tash Sultana and the legendary Steve Cropper in The Blues Brothers band. Check…

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REVIEW: GOV’T MULE WITH LUKAS NELSON & PROMISE OF THE REAL

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - March 28, 2018

BLUESFEST SIDESHOW: GOV’T MULE with LUKAS NELSON & PROMISE OF THE REAL Corner Hotel, Melbourne March 27, 2018 Report: Greg Phillips. Photos: Mark Moray (Wicked Rock Photography) You know it’s going to be a memorable night when the house is packed and pumped well before the support act makes an…

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YOLANDA BROWN: AUSTRALIAN TOUR INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 25, 2018

Growing up, YolanDa Brown played piano, violin, drums, and oboe before settling on the saxophone as her main instrument. As further proof that her thirst for knowledge was as great as her love for music, YolanDa notched up two masters degrees in Operations Management, began a PhD and learned Spanish…

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GRAHAM GOULDMAN: 10CC AUSTRALIAN TOUR INTERVIEW

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 22, 2018

Well before seventies’ art rockers 10cc were churning out hits, band member Graham Gouldman was already a bonefide chart-topping songwriter, having penned some of the biggest selling songs of the sixties. Gouldman had written For Your Love, Heart Full of Stone and Evil Hearted You for The Yardbirds (which kick…

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AN EVENING WITH PATTIE BOYD : GEORGE HARRISON, ERIC CLAPTON & ME

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - March 21, 2018

Pattie Boyd was the wide-eyed, model face of Sixties’ London who inspired ex-husbands George Harrison and Eric Clapton to write some of the greatest love songs of the 20th century. Most famously, Harrison wrote for her Something, and I Need You. Gripped by the desire to wrest Boyd from the…

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EILEEN HODGKINS (PERCH CREEK) – GUITAR

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists    //    Post Date - March 21, 2018

Energetic folksters Perch Creek are back with a mischievous new single Gold Shop, a thrilling car-chase of a track, which is out on March 23. The family band have also announced a hilarious, vintage-inspired clip to accompany Gold Shop, directed alongside Honey Editorial. This single is the second taste of…

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21ST MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - March 20, 2018

Returning for its twenty-first year, the Melbourne International Jazz Festival continues to demonstrate that ‘jazz can happen anywhere’ for ten days with over 100 events that feature nearly 400 Australian, international and emerging artists. This year jazz will hit all the right notes in 26 venues across the city ranging…

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