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Keith Urban, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne 2014 photo by Ros O'Gorman

Keith Urban Talks About His New Pink Track

by Music-News.com

Keith Urban is talking up his new song ‘One Too Many’ with Pink.

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Benee

New Zealand’s Rhythm and Vines Festival Drops Its First 2020 Line-up Announcement

by Paul Cashmere

New Zealand’s Rhythm & Vines Festival has announced 50+ New Zealand acts for the first announcement for the 2020 line-up.

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Don Martin of Mi-Sex photo by Mi-Sex Facebook page

Mi-Sex Bass Player Don Martin Passes Away Following Cancer Battle

by Paul Cashmere

Don Martin, an original member and bass player of Mi-Sex has lost his battle with cancer.

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Keith Urban, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne 2014 photo by Ros O'Gorman

Keith Urban Announces Tracklisting for ‘The Speed Of Now Part 1’

by Paul Cashmere

Keith Urban has offered up the tracklisting for his next album ‘The Speed of Now Part 1’ due in September.

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Split Enz True Colours

Split Enz ‘True Colours’ Expanded and Reissued To Mark 40th Anniversary

by Paul Cashmere

Split Enz ‘True Colours’ is back with extra tracks, marking the 40th anniversary of its release in 1980.

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Weta

New Zealand Musician Aaron Tokona of Weta Dies Aged 45

by Paul Cashmere

Aaron Tokona of the New Zealand bands Weta and Fly My Pretties has died at the age of 45.

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Lorde, Photo By Serena Ho

Lorde Sends Support To The USA

by Music-News.com

Lorde has assured fans in an email that she is taking “true action” to help support the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Lorde, Photo By Serena Ho

Lorde Prepares Third Album

by Music-News.com

Lorde is “truly jazzed” for fans to hear the new music she’s been working on during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Reg Mombassa of Dog Trumpet photo by Ros O'Gorman

Why Reg Mombassa of Dog Trumpet Is A “Gloomy Catastrophist”

by Paul Cashmere

Dog Trumpet’s Reg Mombassa has a simply description of himself, with thanks to his wife.

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Dog Trumpet photo by Ros O'Gorman

Peter O’Doherty On His Dog Trumpet Song ‘You’ve Heard It All Before’

by Paul Cashmere

Dog Trumpet’s ‘Great South Road’ is the first album in seven years for ex-Mental As Anything co-founders Peter O’Doherty and Reg Mombassa.

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Peter O'Doherty of Dog Trumpet photo by Ros O'Gorman

Peter O’Doherty Explains His Dog Trumpet Song ‘At Anytime’

by Paul Cashmere

Dog Trumpet’s Peter O’Doherty says his song ‘At Anytime’ is part fact, part fiction.

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Reg Mombassa of Dog Trumpet photo by Ros O'Gorman

Reg Mombassa of Dog Trumpet Discusses His Macabre ‘Lonely Death Cleaning Company’

by Paul Cashmere

‘Lonely Death Cleaning Company from the new Dog Trumpet album ‘Great South Road’ would have to be one of the most macabre songs Reg Mombassa has even written.

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Reg Mombassa of Dog Trumpet photo by Ros O'Gorman

Reg Mombassa Discusses ‘Gravity’ from Dog Trumpet’s ‘Great South Road’ Album

by Paul Cashmere

Dog Trumpet’s first album in seven years is equal parts Peter O’Doherty and Reg Mombassa. Each have six songs on the new record.

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Marlon Williams at 2014 Leaps and Bounds Launch. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http://www.noise11.com

Marlon Williams To Debut Live at Auckland Town Hall With Q&A On YouTube

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Marlon Williams will premiere the full live concert film from his acclaimed 2019 release Live at Auckland Town Hall this weekend, sharing the 109 minute show for free across YouTube and Facebook, followed by a live Q&A with fans.

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Fleetwood Mac Neil Finn at Rod Laver Arena photo by Mary Boukouvalas

Neil Finn Covers Prince At Home

by Paul Cashmere

Neil Finn’s latest At Home episode is a cover of Prince’s ‘When Doves Cry’.

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Jimmy Barnes at Red Hot Summer Mornington 2019 photo Noise11.com

Music From The Home Front Proves Australian Music Wins Ratings

by Paul Cashmere

1.159 million Australian’s turned in for Music From The Home Front on Saturday night with the show rating no 1 for under 40 year olds.

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Neil Finn photo by Ros O'Gorman

Neil Finn and Sons Liam and Elroy Deliver ‘Better Be Home Soon’ From Home

by Paul Cashmere

Neil Finn is continuing his homegrown sessions with a new version of his Crowded House classic ‘Better Be Home Soon’ with his sons Elroy and Liam.

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Neil Finn photo by Ros O'Gorman

Watch Neil Finn Perform David Bowie ‘Heroes’ From Home

by Paul Cashmere

Neil Finn has performed a cover of the David Bowie classic ‘Heroes’ at his house in New Zealand.

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Split Enz True Colours

Split Enz ‘True Colours’ Given A 40th Anniversary Comeback

by Noise11.com

Split Enz iconic 1980 breakthrough ‘True Colours is coming back as a 40th anniversary edition.

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Straightjacket Fits

Andrew Brough Of Straightjacket Fits Has Died

by Paul Cashmere

Straightjacket Fits singer, songwriter and guitarist Andrew Brough has passed away in New Zealand.

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Ché-Fu

Kiwi Fest Celebrates New Zealand Music, Food, Drink and Culture In Melbourne

by Tim Cashmere

A little bit of New Zealand will find its way to Melbourne in February for Kiwi Fest – a celebration of all things Kiwi.

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Didirri

SXSW Adds Over 350 More Artists

by Paul Cashmere

Another 350 artists have been announced for SXSW 2020 in Austin, Texas in April.

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Allen Stone

Allen Stone Announces Australian Tour

by Tim Cashmere

Soul-tinged pop singer Allen Stone has announced dates surrounding his already announced Bluesfest shows in April 2020.

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Kadavar

German Riff-Lords Kadavar Bring The Rock To Australia and New Zealand

by Tim Cashmere

No points for guessing the influences of Kadavar here. Fans of Black Sabbath and Kyuss might want to pay attention because the Berlin-based rockers are heading to Australia and New Zealand.

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Elton John, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Elton John Let’s “Moron” Security Have It In Perth

by Tim Cashmere

Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour only made it to night two before the superstar let loose at “moron” security guards removing a woman from the audience..

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Stephen Colbert Jacinda Ardern Lorde Clarke Gayford

Stephen Colbert Pops Into New Zealand, Gets Picked Up By The PM and Has a Barbie with Lorde

by Paul Cashmere

Stephen Colbert made a flash visit to New Zealand during his week off to take up New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s off to visit. She even picked him up at the airport.

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The Edge and Bono, U2 perform at Etihad Stadium. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

U2 Play First Australian Show With A Nod To Michael Hutchence and Midnight Oil

by Paul Cashmere

U2 played in Brisbane Tuesday 12 November, their first Australian show in nine years, and Michael Hutchence was remembered.

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The Edge, U2 perform at Etihad Stadium.

U2 Head To Australia After New Zealand Shows

by Paul Cashmere

U2 have touched down in Australia for their first tour in nine years. After two shows in Auckland on the weekend, U2 will kick off the Australian leg of ‘The Joshua Tree’ tour in Brisbane on Tuesday (12 November).

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