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New Music Releases 12 April 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Major new titles coming this week from: BTS, Iced Earth, Bruce Hornsby, LSD, Emma Bunton, Glen Hansard, Anderson .Paak, Sara Storer, Dan Sultan, The Aints!, John Schumann, The Chemical Brothers, Norah Jones, Band of Skulls, Melissa Etheridge, The Seekers, Glenn Cardier, Alex Smith, Andy Bell, Pet Shop Boys (live) and the Eurovision 2019 album.

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New Glen Hansard – Winning Streak #VIDEO

by Paul Cashmere

Oscar Award winner Glen Hansard will release his new album ‘Didn’t He Ramble’ in September.

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Glen Hansard Returns With New EP

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Glen Hansard will release his latest EP, Drive All Night, on November 25 for CD and vinyl and December 3 via digital sites.

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Jake Clemons Joins Glen Hansard For AC/DC

by Paul Cashmere

E Street Band sax player Jake Clemons sat in with Glen Hansard on stage at the Melbourne Recital Centre on Saturday and another guest joined them for an AC/DC song, Bon Scott’s son, Dave Stevens.

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Josh Groban Covers Glen Hansard On All That Echoes

by Paul Cashmere

Josh Groban has covered the Academy Award winning Glen Hansard song ‘Falling Slowly’ on his new album ‘All That Echoes’.

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Bono and U2. image by Ros O'Gorman

New U2 Coming Sooner Or Later

by Paul Cashmere

A new U2 album could be with or without you in 2013, then again maybe not. Bono says the band has been working on a follow-up to 2009’s ‘No Line On The Horizon’ but doesn’t care if it takes 10 years to produce.

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Glen Hansard Returns Home For High Hopes Video

by Paul Cashmere

Academy Award winning songwriter Glen Hansard went back to his hometown of Ballymun, Ireland to create a personal video for his song ‘High Hope’.

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Arlo Guthrie, Gurrumul To Play Port Fairy Folk Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Arlo Guthrie and Gurrumul lead the first round of artist announcements for the Port Fairy Folk Music Festival.

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Glen Hansard And The Frames Add Three Melbourne Shows

by Andrew Tijs

Irish singer Glen Hansard adds three Melbourne shows to his Frames tour next year.

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Justin Bieber Kicks Off This Week’s New Releases

by Andrew Tijs

Bieber leads a weird mix of artists with new albums: Metric, Maximo Park, Muscles, Motion City Soundtrack and more.

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