Hillsong Church now owns Melbourne’s icon Festival Hall, the venue where Ian Dury sang ‘Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll’, Ozzy Osbourne sang ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’ and the Sex Pistols played. So did those evil Beatles who had that sinister band member Lennon who once said they were “bigger than Jesus”. Hallelejah!
On Monday Divinyls co-founder Mark McEntee announced he will tour a new line-up of his legendary band in 2019. While the announcement was met with scorn from Charley Drayton, the husband of his late co-founder Chrissy Amphlett, the fact remains that Divinyls is very much a part of McEntee’s legacy and he is well within his rights to honor that legacy any way he sees fit.December 5, 2018
Ian Moss has debuted a new music video for his soulful ‘Hold On (To What You Got).November 5, 2018
Amphlett Lane, named in honour of the late Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett, has been officially declared one of the streets of Melbourne.February 18, 2015
Cold Chisel will get back together again for 2014 and there is more new music on the way.October 11, 2013
The petition to have a Melbourne laneway named after Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett has been officially presented to Melbourne City Council. Melbourne City Council has voted unanimously to seek a city laneway to name after the late singer.August 1, 2013
Melbourne City councillor Rohan Leppert has been presented with a petition to name a Melbourne lane after the late Divinyls singer by her husband Charley Drayton and cousin, 60s pop legend Little Patti.July 6, 2013
A petition has begun to have a laneway in the City of Melbourne named of Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett, who passed away two weeks ago from breast cancer.May 7, 2013