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The Mixtures
Freddy Wieland of The Mixtures and The Strangers has passed away aged 75

Freddy Wieland, one time member of The Mixtures, has lost his battle with lung cancer at the age of 75.

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G Flip
Melbourne’s G Flip scores ARIA Emerging Artist Scholarship

Melbourne singer, songwriter, producer and drummer G Flip has received the 2019 ARIA Emerging Artist Scholarship.

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Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Five Joan Jett and Jimmy Barnes Red Hot Summer shows have already sold out

The Red Hot Summer tours for 2019 are selling quicker than ever before with the Joan Jett and Jimmy Barnes leg of series one already closing the doors for five shows.

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Tony Martin will be working between Christmas and New Years at MEMO Music Hall

Comedian, filmmaker and author Tony Martin has a gig at MEMO between Christmas and New Year.

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Glenn Shorrock reclaims legacy with ‘Glenn Shorrock Sing Little River Band’ album

Glenn Shorrock has decided to take back his legacy by re-recording his Little River Band classics for a new album ‘Glenn Shorrock Sings Little River Band’.

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Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar leads Grammy nominations

Kendrick Lamar looks set to dominate the 2019 Grammy Awards after receiving seven nominations on Friday.

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Taylor Swift home invader given jail sentence

Taylor Swift has one less home invader to worry about after a stalker pleaded guilty to breaking into her pad.

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Chance The Rapper
Chance the Rapper takes a break to study the Bible

Chance the Rapper is taking a "sabbatical" from the limelight to study the Bible after becoming an uncle for the first time.

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Russell Morris plays Hamer Hall Melbourne on Wednesday 26 July 2017.
You’re the voices Russell Morris, Daryl Braithwaite and John Farnham

Russell Morris, Daryl Braithwaite and John Farnham … collective age 208. Man are their voices in mighty fine form still!

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UK Charts: The 1975 score third no 1 album

Congratulations to The 1975, who land straight in at Number 1 on this week's Official Albums Chart with A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.

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A Star Is Born 2018
Australian Charts : A Star Is Born spends 7th week at no 1

It's now a seventh week at the top in Australia for the soundtrack to "A Star is Born" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, plus the set also holds for the same period in New Zealand too.

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Ariana Grande Sweetener
Australian Charts: Ariana Grande ‘thank u, next’ number one for 4th week

Could the Ariana Grande track "thank u, next" become the final No.1 of 2018, as this week it lands a fourth week atop the ARIA Singles Chart, plus also a fourth stay in New Zealand and Canada and logs a fifth week atop the UK and Irish singles charts too.

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Kevin Somers
Australian agent/booker Kevin Somers loses battle with cancer

Kevin Somers, the Australian agent/booker who worked with Jimeoin, Dave Hughes, Eric Bana and Vince Sorrenti over the years, has lost his battle with cancer.

3 days ago
Baker Boy
National Live Music Awards 2019

The National Live Music Awards were held across Australia on Thursday 6 December 2018. As part of the awards Magic Dirt were inducted into the National Live Music Hall of Fame.

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Joe Creighton
Joe Creighton promises special guests at The Music of Van Morrison Christmas show at Memo Music Hall

Joe Creighton will be performing his ‘Into the Mystic – The Music of Van Morrison’ show at Memo Music Hall on 15 December and expect some special guests along for the show.

3 days ago
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Joan Jett label sues software company for ripping song off for advertisement

Joan Jett’s record label Blackheart Records Group is suing payroll software manufacturer Paycom for ripping off ‘I Love Rock and Roll’ for a television commercial.

3 days ago
Xavier Rudd
Xavier Rudd to Headline Summersalt on Bellarine Peninsula

Xavier Rudd has been announced as the headliner for the Summersalt music festival at Bellarine Peninsula on March 6.

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Coldplay Live In Buenos Aires
New Music Releases 7 December 2018

Major new titles coming this week from: Coldplay (Live), All That Remains, Cilla Black, Slipknot (re-issue), John Mellencamp, Winterbourne, The Carpenters & RPO, Brett Young, Ice Cube, Van Morrison, Brothers 3, Wes Carr, Mel Parsons, Richard Swift and the Mary Poppins Returns soundtrack.

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Justin Timberlake - Photo By Ros O'Gorman
Justin Timberlake cancels all remaining 2018 shows

Justin Timberlake has cancelled his remaining shows for 2018 as he works on repairing his vocal cords.

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Pete Shelley
Pete Shelley, formerly of Buzzcocks, dies aged 62

One-time Buzzcocks singer and songwriter Pete Shelley has died from a suspected heart attack at age 62.

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Palace of the King
Palace of the King have a stack of dates over summer

Palace of the King has a stack of tour dates across December and January starting tonight in Emu Plains and finishing up on 25 January in Belconnen as they open for The Screaming Jets and a show with Living Color.

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Kylie Minogue photo by Ros OGorman
Kylie Minogue adds Sydney shows

Kylie Minogue will play an additional shows for Sydney on 6 March 2019.

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Front row L-R: Denis Handlin AO (Chairman & CEO, Australia & New Zealand and President, Asia, Sony Music Entertainment), Christine Woodruff and John Woodruff (JWM) Back row L-R: Brett Oaten (Brett Oaten Solicitors) and Keith Welsh (JWM)
Denis Handlin signs Savage Garden back catalogue to Sony

The music of Savage Garden will be remarketed to the world in 2019 following a deal between Sony boss Denis Handlin and John Woodruff Management.

4 days ago
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Michael Hutchence statue set for Melbourne – The question is why?

City of Yarra mayor Danae Bosler has announced that a statue of Michael Hutchence will be erected in Melbourne. The question is why?

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Kim Salmon at the launch of Leaps and Bounds 2015, photo by Ros O'Gorman
MEMO Music Hall to pay tribute to the music of St Kilda with Summer Sounds of St Kilda series

Melbourne’s hidden music gem of a venue MEMO Music Hall will pay tribute to its local artists with Summer Sounds of St Kilda series throughout January.

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The Four Tops
The Four Tops bring a touch of Motown to Melbourne

The Four Tops, still with original member Abdul ‘Duke’ Fakir, are in Australia performing the songs that date back to their first hit ‘Baby I Need Your Loving’ 54 years ago.

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The Monkees with Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz perform at the Palais in St Kilda as part of their 50th anniversary tour on Wednesday 7 December 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman
The Monkees with Mike Nesmith and Micky Dolenz to tour Australia in 2019

David Roy Williams will tour The Monkees in Australia again in 2019 but this time Mike Nesmith is coming.

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Debra Byrne
Debra Byrne has a new band Cornerstone

One time Young Talent Time teen idol Debra Byrne has a new band she calls Cornerstone and the band already has a sell-out show at MEMO Music Hall.

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James Reyne photo by Ros O'Gorman
James Reyne is happy to enter his “Vegas years”

James Reyne is thrilled to enter his “Vegas years” as he sets up a 12 month residency at The Palms at Crown Casino for 2019.

5 days ago
Mary Webb
Final names added for National Live Music Awards around Australia

The National Live Music Awards are thrilled to announce the final additions for the 2018 runs of events this Thursday!

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