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OTTER GENIUS!

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - November 10, 2014

‪Asian Small-Clawed Otters Celebrate Enrichment at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo‬ Move over, Mozart! Asian small-clawed otter paws fly across the Casio keyboard as part of their #ZooEnrichment. The otters are given the choice to play the keyboard or just sit back and enjoy the show—engaging their sight, touch, and hearing…

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PHIL JAMIESON TO PLAY MELBOURNE’S FIRST BIG DAY OUT… FOR KIDS

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - November 8, 2014

PlayFest. Sidney Myer Music Bowl 21 and 22 November, 2014. Melbourne’s first ‘big day out for little people’ has confirmed that PlayFest will include a very special performance from Woodenspoon, a side project from of legendary Aussie rock band, Grinspoon. Phil Jamieson and bandmates will be perform a set list…

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STONE ALONE AT THE CHERRY BAR

Posted in Blog, Uncategorized    //    Post Date - November 8, 2014

Despite the cancellation of The Rolling Stones Hanging Rock concert, a little bit of Stones magic could still be found last night at Melbourne’s iconic Cherry Bar. Longtime Rolling Stones keyboard player, Chuck Leavell performed to 200 excited, lucky punters in a thoroughly entertaining Q&A and solo piano set. Host…

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RICK ‘THE BASS PLAYER’ ROSAS DIES

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - November 7, 2014

Rick’ The Bass Player’ Rosas has died. Since 1987, Rick had been a much respected and loved part of the Neil Young band and recently filled in for Crazy Horse bassist Billy Talbot who suffered a stroke. Rosas also played with Pegi Young, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joe Walsh, Ron Wood,…

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ROLLING STONES ROCK MELBOURNE

Posted in Blog, Uncategorized    //    Post Date - November 6, 2014

Review by Rob Walker Photos by Ros O’Gorman (http://www.rosogormanphotography.com ) Australian Musician’s Rob Walker captures all of the excitement of last night’s Rolling Stones’ show As Mick Jagger announced last night at Rod Laver Arena, it’s been nigh on 50 years since the Stones first played Melbourne at the Palais (he…

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FACE THE MUSIC JUST A WEEK AWAY!

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - November 5, 2014

Face the Music, the annual Victorian music industry talk fest is only a week away. Whether you’re an artist struggling to cut through,  a band seeking social media and marketing guidance or a manager looking to network with overseas connections, Face the Music is where you need to be. This…

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THE FALLS FOSTER A BAND RESULTS ARE IN!

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - November 5, 2014

The 2014 Foster A Band initiative, which sees local bands vie for a spot at the  Marion Bay Falls Music & Arts Festival’, has been their most popular competition to date! Falls fans cast over 4000 votes via the festival’s website and the race was super close to the very…

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HELOISE WINS MELBOURNE MUSIC BANK PRIZE

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - October 29, 2014

The 2014 Melbourne Music Bank competition final was held last night at Salon, the Melbourne Recital Centre’s smaller boutique venue. Four finalists performed their songs inspired by the city of Melbourne with folk-rocker Heloise taking out the major prize for her song ‘This Is Home’. Hip Hop artist NY (Nyoun…

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Richard Thompson Electric Trio Australian Tour

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - October 22, 2014

Richard Thompson is one of the UK’s most outstanding songwriters, and an astonishing guitar player whose versatility allows him to adapt his style as each song requires. In this unique Australian appearance, Richard will be performing an intimate solo set as well as performing with his electric trio – Michael Jerome…

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GIBSON 120TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT FOR SYDNEY

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - October 21, 2014

This year, Gibson celebrates their 120th anniversary. The history of Gibson, simply put, is one of the great stories of American enterprise. From its humble beginnings more than a century ago, to its “golden age” in the ‘50s and ‘60s, to its phoenix-like return to glory in the late ‘80s,…

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