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Sydney Symphony Orchestra: David Bowie Nothing Has Changed

Bowie Honored With Sydney Symphony Orchestra Nothing Has Changed Performance

by Paul Cashmere

The Sydney Symphony Orchestra has performed a ultimate tribute to the late David Bowie with ‘Nothing Has Changed’, a unique tribute to the Starman.

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Joe Walsh. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Joe Walsh Sets Solo Dates Over US Summer

by Paul Cashmere

Joe Walsh, who is currently touring with Bad Company, has added a series of solo dates for July through September.

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the rolling stones, rod laver arena, photo ros ogorman

Stones, McCartney, Waters, Dylan, Young, The Who Set For October

by Paul Cashmere

The world’s most anticipated music festival featuring The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, Bob Dylan and The Who just got real. All five acts have posted video teasers for the concerts.

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Vera Blue

Vera Blue To Release ‘Fingertips’ EP In May

by Paul Cashmere

Vera Blue from central New South Wales has released a new song ‘Settle’ ahead of her ‘Fingertips’ EP due in May.

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Spencer P Jones benefit

Benefit For Spencer P Jones Set For April 15 2016

by Paul Cashmere

The friends of Spencer P. Jones will gather on April 15 2016 to help raise funds for Spencer’s medical bills.

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Matt Corby - Photo By Ros O'Gorman noise11.com images

Matt Corby To Finally Release His Debut Album

by Paul Cashmere

Matt Corby has finally announced the release of his debut album almost nine years after competing on Australian Idol.

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Sarah McLeod Says Mick Skelton Has Woken Following Car Crash

by Paul Cashmere

Sarah McLeod has confirmed that drummer Mick Skelton has regained consciousness and is breathing on his own following the horrific car crash that took the life of Thirsty Merc crew member Shane Cooper last week.

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Nickelback: Photo Gerry Nicholls

Nickelback To Tour May 2015 Australian Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Nickelback will return to Australia in May for their first shows since 2012.

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Hunters and Collectors, AAMI stadium, Melbourne 2014

Hunters and Collectors To Release Limited Edition Live Box

by Paul Cashmere

Hunters and Collectors will release a very limited edition live box to mark their recent shows.

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iHeartRadio Noise11 Playlist For July 23, 2014

by Paul Cashmere

iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com this week gives you Phil Rudd of AC/DC’s first solo song ‘Repo Man’.

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Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson, Martin Barre

Jethro Tull, Palais Theatre, Melbourne, April 28, 2011

by Paul Cashmere

What makes a Jethro Tull concert in 2011 is how Ian Anderson connects with the audience and tells the story of the songs and the band.

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Icehouse, Iva Davies

Icehouse Post Live Video From The Espy

by Paul Cashmere

The Icehouse not so secret gig on Saturday night at The Espy in Melbourne has signalled a new round of activity for one of Australia’s greatest bands.

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Nick Barker, Bon Scott, AC/DC

Bon Scott Recalled From Hell For New Show

by Paul Cashmere

‘Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be – The Story Of Bon Scott’ is an absolute must-see show for any AC/DC fan.

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Jarvis Cocker, Pulp

Pulp, Melbourne, 29th July, 2011

by Paul Cashmere

Pulp’s globally lauded reformation tour saw them band stop in Melbourne, Australia for the first time in thirteen years and thousands of fawning fans sprawled out across the venue even Jarvis himself referred to as “festering hole”, like a true local.

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Elbow

Elbow, The Palace Theatre, Melbourne, 27th July 2011

by Paul Cashmere

Elbow returned to Melbourne for the fourth time last week as part of their biggest Australian tour to date.

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Phil Collins – Going Back

Phil Collins – Going Back

by Paul Cashmere

Phil Collins and I do have something in common. For our whole lives we have loved soul music, although there is a considerable generation gap between Collins and I, we have both grown up with the style and as such, Motown is a big part of our lives. When he announced an album of Motown

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Glenn Richards – Glimjack

Glenn Richards – Glimjack

by Paul Cashmere

One time Augie March front man Glenn Richards has gone solo. Why? “Why an album at all?” he, quite rightly, retorts preemptively in the associated press release. There is nothing special about Richards now going under his own moniker. It is still a collection of his songs with a different band helping him out. With

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N.E.R.D. – Nothing

N.E.R.D. – Nothing

by Paul Cashmere

Pharrell Williams’ hip-hop rock project smoothes out into funk on their fourth record. N.E.R.D. has always been a strange animal. Pharrell Williams is best known for his spare, spooky hip-hop production but N.E.R.D.’s biggest moments have almost exclusively been the monstrous party rap-rock singles (‘Lapdance’ and ‘Rock Star’ to ‘Spaz’ and ‘Everybody Nose’). In fact,

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Daft Punk – Tron: Legacy OST

Daft Punk – Tron: Legacy OST

by Paul Cashmere

It’s been a long time coming, but finally Daft Punk’s soundtrack to the upcoming ‘Tron: Legacy’ film is out. Daft Punk fans need to know that this isn’t a typical Daft Punk album. There are a few moments where you could dance around your living room, but most of the time you’d be better off

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REVIEW: Radiohead – The King of Limbs

REVIEW: Radiohead – The King of Limbs

by Paul Cashmere

The sudden Radiohead album ‘The King of Limbs’ harks back a decade in sound for me. I’m was thinking ‘Kid A’ on this record as soon as the opening cut ‘Bloom’ started playing. It is that multi-layered Thom Yorke Vs the rest of the band with electronic percussion giving it an immediate Radiohead sound. I

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Bluesfest

Great Southern Blues Festival Cancelled

by Paul Cashmere

The Great Southern Blues Festival, featuring Booker T. Jones, John Butler Trio and Kasey Chambers has been cancelled.

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Roxette Australian Tour Is A Goer

by Paul Cashmere

Roxette have expanded their one-off Sydney show into a fully fledged Australian tour.

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George Harrison, The Beatles, Martin Scorsese

Scorsese’s George Harrison Doco Trailer Released

by Paul Cashmere

The trailer for the George Harrison: Living In A Material World documentary by Martin Scorsese has been released.

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Triple J Announce New Digital Station

by Paul Cashmere

Triple J have tonight announced a new radio station wholly dedicated to unsigned artists, expanding their hugely successful Unearthed program to 24 hours a day.

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