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SLIME FROM THE DRILLHEAD-An Augie March Tour Diary

Posted in Artists, Special Features    //    Post Date - June 8, 2006

SLIME FROM THE DRILLHEAD – An Augie March Tour Diary June 8, 2006 | Author: Augie March. Live pics by Marty Williams Australian Musician let Augie March loose with our good pencils and paper, as they documented a week or two in the life of their national ‘Moo, You Bloody Choir’…

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LIVE’S ED KOWALCZYK

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - June 8, 2006

LIVE’S ED KOWALCZYK June 8, 2006 | Author: Greg Phillips Ed Kowalczyk, the enigmatic lead singer from US band Live was recently in Australia doing some pre- publicity for the band’s new album ‘Songs from Black Mountain’. Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips sat down with Ed for a chat. Songs from Black…

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JOSH ROUSE

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - June 8, 2006

JOSH ROUSEJune 8, 2006 | Author: Steven Hocking There’s something about Spain that stirs the imagination with dreams of eternal summer, languid siestas and free romance. Whatever it is has clearly rubbed off on American singer-songwriter Josh Rouse since his move to the south of Spain last year, for his…

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THE DOOBIES BROTHERS IN AUSTRALIA

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 15, 2006

THE DOOBIES BROTHERS IN AUSTRALIA March 15, 2006 | Author: Greg Phillips At a time when the breezy west coast sounds of bands like America, Seals and Crofts and our own Little River Band were ruling the US air waves, and Glenn Frey, Don Henley and co were yet to become…

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THE BAMBOOS

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - March 15, 2006

THE BAMBOOS March 15, 2006 | Author: Greg Phillips Listeners of national radio broadcaster Triple J may have heard the Bamboos track “Tighten Up” off their soon to be released debut album ‘Step it Up’. It’s the instrumental featuring a trippy flute dancing all over a funky back beat, a tune…

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INXS SWITCH ON!

Posted in Artists, Special Features    //    Post Date - March 15, 2006

INXS SWITCH ON! March 15, 2006 | Author: Greg Phillips & Steven Rosen In a small club in inner suburban Melbourne INXS quietly but confidently launched their new album ‘Switch’, their first featuring new front man JD Fortune. Greg Phillips witnessed first hand the band’s newly found enthusiasm when he…

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NUNO BETTENCOURT IN AUSTRALIA

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - January 25, 2006

NUNO BETTENCOURT IN AUSTRALIA January 25, 2006 | Author: Greg Phillips A new signature series Washburn guitar range, a band with a new name and a new album on the verge of release … three reasonably good reasons to bring Nuno Bettencourt to Australia. Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips spoke with the…

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RICK WAKEMAN-SOUNDCHECKIN’ SOLO

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - January 10, 2006

RICK WAKEMAN-SOUNDCHECKIN’ SOLO January 10, 2006 | Author: Greg Phillips Master keyboard player Rick Wakeman is truly a rock music pioneer. His piano work can be heard on classic albums by David Bowie, T Rex and Black Sabbath as well as with his own classic progressive rock band Yes, and…

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TAXIRIDE

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - December 8, 2005

TAXIRIDEDecember 8, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips AXIOMATICALLY SPEAKING! On a typically brisk Melbourne morning not too far from the city skyline, Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips found Taxiride in a rehearsal complex preparing for their upcoming tour and promotion of their third, but first independently released album “Axiomatic”. Instant success for…

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MISSY HIGGINS-MELBOURNE’S MISSY

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - December 8, 2005

MISSY HIGGINS – MELBOURNE’S MISSY December 8, 2005 | Author: Greg Phillips. Pics Marty Williams Standing front of stage, hands raised and interlocked with her band members before a rapturous crowd, they proceeded to perform the traditional rock n’ roll bow, music’s equivalent to a sporting team holding the winner’s cup…

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