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Charles Manson
Good Riddance Charles Manson 1934-2017 Rest In Hell

Charles Manson is dead. Good riddance. The serial killer had a bizarre tir-in with the music industry

6 hours ago
Pretenders ADOTG at Rochford Winery on Saturday 18 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman
Pretenders Sounded Reinvigorated For 2017 Australian Tour

Pretenders 2017 were sounding like Pretenders I remembered from the 80s on their current Australian tour.

6 hours ago
Taylor Swift Reputation
Taylor Swift Album Comes In Third Biggest Debut Behind Ed Sheeran and Pink

Ed Sheeran and Pink Australian fans have proven to be much bigger than Taylor Swift fans with Swift’s album coming in with the third biggest debut of the year so far in Australia.

7 hours ago
Malcolm Young, ACDC, Ros O'Gorman, photo
Rage To Run Malcolm Young Special This Saturday

Australian music TV show ‘Rage’ will right a night of Malcolm Young this coming Saturday morning (Friday night).

8 hours ago
Morrissey, Festival Hall, Melbourne, Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo
Oh Dear Morrissey Tries To Justify What Spacey and Weinstein Did

Morrissey, who normally is very anti-establishment, has taken a fairly odd and, in some ways, shocking, position on the current sexual abuse scandals.

8 hours ago
Malcolm Young, ACDC, Photo by Ros O'Gorman
Malcolm Turnbull Names Mentals Hit When Asked For Favourite AC/DC Song

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull credibility has long been shot with his refugee stance, his environmental views, his parties waste on the SSM survey and his botched NBN. Now its sunk even lower when he named a Mentals track when asked for his favourite AC/DC song.

8 hours ago
JMC Academy
JMC Academy To Introduce Pop Songwriting And Production Course

Australia’s music education facility JMC Academy will introduce a short course on Pop Songwriting and Production.

9 hours ago
Taylor Swift, Etihad, Frontier Touring, Ros O'Gorman, Photo
Australian Charts: Taylor Swift ‘Reputation’ Debuts At No 1

The sixth studio album for US singer/songwriter Taylor Swift titled "Reputation" debuts at No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week, becoming her fourth chart-topping album here.

13 hours ago
Camila Cabello
Australian Charts: No 1 Song Goes To Camila Cabello and Young Thug

After waiting for five weeks at No.2, the Camila Cabello and Young Thug slow-salsa track "Havana" climbs to the top of the ARIA Singles Chart, matching its current peak in England, Ireland and Canada.

13 hours ago
Mel Tillis
R.I.P. Mel Tillis 1932-2017

Mel Tillis, the country music singer who had 36 top ten singles including six number ones, has died at the Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, FL from what is suspected to be resperatory failure. He was 85.

15 hours ago
Stevie Nicks ADOTG at Rochford Winery on Saturday 18 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman
Stevie Nicks Has Fun At 69 The Review From Rochford Winery

This Stevie Nicks tour is special. Stevie tells lots of stories about lots of the songs and the people she knew who are no longer with us. Tom Petty and Prince featured heavily in the show.

1 day ago
Malcolm Young, ACDC, Ros O'Gorman, photo
Keith Urban And Anthony Albanese Salute Malcolm Young

The impact of the death of AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has been so far reaching that artists of all genres and politicians have been leading the tributes for one of Australia’s greatest musicians.

1 day ago
David Cassidy, music news, noise11.com
David Cassidy Family Gather As Star Suffers Multiple Organ Failure

David Cassidy is reportedly in a Florida hospital suffering from the failure of multiple organs. His representative has told the media that he is conscious and surrounded by family.

1 day ago
Gene Simmons, Kiss. photo by Ros O'Gorman
Gene Simmons Is Such A Dick Even Fox News Has Now Banned Him

Gene Simmons of KISS did quite well when he appeared on both Fox News' Fox and Friends and Fox Business Network's Mornings With Maria on Wednesday but, then, he reportedly totally went off the rails.

1 day ago
Malcolm Young, ACDC, Ros O'Gorman, photo
R.I.P. AC/DC Founder Malcolm Young 1953-2017

The rock world has lost another music legend with the death of AC/DC founder Malcolm Young at the age of 64.

2 days ago
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