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Roger Waters played Rod Laver Arena Melbourne on Saturday 10 February 2018. Roger Waters is performing his Us and Them Australian tour. Photo, Ros O'Gorman

Roger Waters Debuts Iso Version Of Pink Floyd’s ‘Vera’

by Paul Cashmere

Roger Waters has premiered the third edition of his Iso videos with a new version of his Pink Floyd ‘The Wall’ classic ‘Vera’ and ‘Bring The Boys Back Home’.

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Roger Waters talking at an event for Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) at the Atheneum Theatre Melbourne on Friday 9 February 2018. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Roger Waters Covers John Prine’s ‘Hello In There’

by Paul Cashmere

Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters has recorded an acoustic version of John Prine’s ‘Hello In There’ with Lucius.

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Bruce Hearn

Former Strange Tenants Singer Bruce Hearn Has Two Albums On The Way

by Paul Cashmere

Bruce Hearn of 80s ska band Strange Tenants will release two albums soon.

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Vika and Linda Sunday

Vika and Linda Turn Sunday Sessions Into Sunday Album

by Paul Cashmere

Vika and Linda started lockdown edition one with a weekly Sunday session from home. They are back in Lockdown stage 2 doing it again every Sunday … and now there is an album compiled from the sessions.

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Gordon Lightfoot

Watch Gordon Lightfoot Perform Stunning ‘If I Could Read Your Mind’ For Canada Day 2020

by Paul Cashmere

81-year old Canadian songwriting legend Gordon Lightfoot has performed a stunning version of his 1970 classic ‘If I Could Read Your Mind’ and his 1986 hit ‘I’ll Tag Along’ from the front of his house for Canada Day 2020.

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Julia Stone Photo Credit Brooke Ashley Barone

Julia Stone Signs With BMG

by Paul Cashmere

Julia Stone is BMG Australia’s latest signing.

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Cannot Buy My Soul Kev Carmody tribute

Kasey Chambers and Jimmy Barnes Cover Kev Carmody’s ‘Black Bess’

by Paul Cashmere

The Kev Carmody tribute album ‘Cannot Buy My Sooul’ has been expanded with new recordings by Courtney Barnett, Kasey Chambers & Jimmy Barnes, Mo’Ju & Birdz (produced by Trials), Kate Miller-Heidke, Alice Skye, Archie Roach and Electric Fields.

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Ryan Adams. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ryan Adams Apologises For His Sexual Assault Accusers

by Music-News.com

Ryan Adams has issued an apology for his past behaviour after being accused of sexual and psychological abuse by multiple women.

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The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers Announce The Third Gleam At A Time Of Crisis

by Paul Cashmere

Scott and Seth Avett of The Avett Brothers have announced their third instalment of the Gleam series ‘The Third Gleam’ at a time of isolation and frustration, at a time of COVID-19 and #BlackLivesMatter.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan Sells 34000 In The UK

by Music-News.com

Congratulations to Bob Dylan, who goes straight to Number 1 with his 39th studio album Rough and Rowdy Ways.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan Becomes Oldest Person Ever To Score UK No 1 Album

by Music-News.com

Bob Dylan has become the oldest artist ever to score a U.K. number one album with a record comprising of new original material.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commission See You On The Other Side

Mick Thomas Talks About The Song ‘Mint Condition’

by Paul Cashmere

The oldest track on Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission new ‘See You On The Other Side’ is ‘Mint Condition’.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commission See You On The Other Side

Mick Thomas Discusses His Iso Song ‘Ghost Train To Mernda’

by Paul Cashmere

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission have created an album in isolation. ‘See You On The Other Side’ was mostly written and totally created in April 2020. It replaced what would have been an overseas album session for Mick that became a completely different home session record.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commission See You On The Other Side

Mick Thomas on ‘I Heard Sally Singing’

by Paul Cashmere

‘I Heard Sally Singing’ on the Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission’s ‘See You On The Other Side’ album is a lockdown song about have fast things have been changing in 2020.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan On Track for UK Number One

by Music-News.com

Bob Dylan is on course for his ninth Number 1 on the UK’s Official Albums Chart with Rough and Rowdy Ways.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commission See You On The Other Side

Mick Thomas’ ‘Round Fourteen Two Thousand Nine’ Came From A Retro Footy Match In Lockdown

by Paul Cashmere

When Mick Thomas gathered his Roving Commission for the “lockdown” album ‘See You On The Other Side’ he created one song from the perspective of being served retro football matches on television while the current season was put on hold.

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Vika and Linda Akilotoa

Australian Charts: Vika & Linda Bull Score Their First No 1 Album With ‘Akilotoa’

by Gavin Ryan

Vika & Linda (Bull) land their first No.1 Album in their native Australia this week as their collection called “Akilotoa (Anthology 1994-2006)” debuts at the top of the ARIA Albums chart.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commission See You On The Other Side

Isolation Prompted Mick Thomas To Create A Whole New Album Quickly

by Paul Cashmere

Today’s release of Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission’s ‘See You On The Other Side’ is a byproduct of the creative surge the coronavirus has inspired in artists.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

REVIEW: Bob Dylan ‘Rough and Rowdy Ways’

by Noise11.com

Has Bob Dylan made the best album of his 60 plus year career?

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Paul Kelly and Paul Grabowsky photo by Pia Johnson

Paul Kelly and Paul Grabowsky Team For ‘Please Leave Your Light On’ Album

by Paul Cashmere

Just one week after Paul Kelly released his iso album ’40 Days’ he is back with another album announcement. ‘Please Leave Your Light On’ with Paul Grabowsky will be released on July 31.

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Tim Wheatley

Tim Wheatley Stops Lying Low with ‘Lying Low’

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Wheatley is back with his first new music since 2017’s Pillar To Post’. ‘Lying Low’ is described as a deeply personal song about isolation.

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Paul Kelly AWITG on Friday 17 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Paul Kelly Has Released A Surprise Iso Album ‘Forty Days’

by Paul Cashmere

Paul Kelly has spent 40 days in isolation recording a batch of new songs he has put together for a surprise new album ’40 Days’.

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Bob Dylan False Prophet

Bob Dylan Caught Ripping Off 50s Blues Singer With New Song

by Paul Cashmere

The new Bob Dylan song ‘False Prophet’ sounds a little too familiar a 1954 song by bluesman Billy ‘The Kid’ Emerson ‘If Lovin’ Is Believing’.

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Mick Thomas' Roving Commission

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission Debuts Epic Iso Video ‘See You When I’m Looking At You’

by Paul Cashmere

When Mick Thomas gathered up his friends via isolation for ‘See You When I’m Looking At You’ the chain song became a near nine minute epic.

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Grace Turner Half Truths

Grace Turner Debuts Half Light from Half Truths

by Paul Cashmere

Grace Turner has previewed her upcoming ‘Half Truths’ EP with a new song ‘Half Light’.

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Judy Collins

Judy Collins Gathers The Global Virtual Choir For World Health Organisation’s Solidarity Fund ‘Amazing Grace’

by Paul Cashmere

Two weeks ago Judy Collins put the call out for contributors to the Global Virtual Choir for a new version of ‘Amazing Gace’. The message was heard by the likes of Steve Earle, Judith Owen, Beth Nielsen Chapman and others resulting in something very special to benefit the World Health Organisation’s Solidarity Fund.

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Jewel photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jewel Is Enjoying Her Virtual Concerts

by Music-News.com

Jewel misses singing in front of a live audience, but has found performing for fans virtually “very satisfying”.

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Tea for the Tillerman

Cat Stevens Reimagines ‘Tea For The Tillerman’ 50 Years On

by Paul Cashmere

Yusuf/Cat Stevens has revisited his classic ‘Tea For The Tillerman’ 50 years on to record a new version of the album to mark the title’s 50th anniversary.

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Mick Thomas' Roving Commission

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission and His Musical Mates Deliver Epic ‘See You When I’m Looking At You’

by Paul Cashmere

Mick Thomas has used isolation to round up his Roving Commission and then commission a dozen of his musical mates to create ‘See You When I’m Looking At You’.

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Bucky Baxter

Bob Dylan Band Member Bucky Baxter Dies Aged 65

by Paul Cashmere

Bucky Baxter, a veteran of Bob Dylan’s ‘Never-Ending Tour’ has died at age 65.

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