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New Music Releases for 20 September 2019

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Blink-182, Brittany Howard, Liam Gallagher, Fitz & the Tantrums, Herb Alpert, Zac Brown Band, Tove Lo, Sunny Cowgirls, Cashmere Cat, Keane, One True Pairing, As I Lay Dying, Samantha Fish, Bruce Cockburn, Ronnie Burns (GH) and the new So Fresh Spring 2019 compilation.

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This Is Ronnie Burns

Ronnie Burns ‘This Is Ronnie Burns’ Compiles 14 Singles for Album

by Paul Cashmere

A new Ronnie Burns compilation ‘The Is Ronnie Burns’ will capture Ronnie’s 14 Spin Records singles across three albums into one new album.

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Brian Cadd, Ros O'Gorman, Photo, Noise11

Brian Cadd, Glenn Shorrock, Normie Rowe Return To The Go Show

by Paul Cashmere

Brian Cadd, Glenn Shorrock and Normie Rowe are just a few of the names announced to perform for the next Go Show – ‘Go!! Show Gold’.

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Barry Gibb, Rod Laver Arena, 2013, Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

Barry Gibb Plays Melbourne For First Time In 24 Years

by Paul Cashmere

It’s all about the songs. That sounds so obvious when you say it but how many shows have you seen where it’s all about the set, the costumes or the effects.

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Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb Starts Aussie Tour With Retrospective Setlist

by Paul Cashmere

Barry Gibb is digging deep into the Bee Gees catalogue to give fans a total retrospective show dating back to the early days of the Bee Gees on his Australian tour.

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Darryl Cotton

Glenn Shorrock, Brian Cadd, Daryl Braithwaite Head Up Memorial Concert For Darryl Cotton

by Andrew Tijs

A host of stars join forces to pay tribute to the life of late Australian pop star, actor and TV host Darryl Cotton.

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Brian Cadd APIA Good Times Tour 2015
Apia Good Times Tour Reveals Its Biggest Line-up Ever

The Apia Good Time Tour is back for 2020 with Brian Cadd, Deborah Conway, Joe Camilleri, John Paul Young, Kate Ceberano, Leo Sayer, Vika & Linda Bull and Wendy Matthews.

February 10, 2020
Brian Cadd and Kate Ceberano
Brian Cadd and Kate Ceberano Present A Wonderful One Off In Melbourne

Every once in a while a show happens on a punt. Sometimes it is all about a good idea and the right timing. Brian Cadd and Kate Ceberano sounds like a longshot but it hit the bullseye.

February 4, 2020
Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock perform at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on Sunday 24 June 2015 as part of the APIA Good Times Tour 2015 (photo by Ros O’Gorman)
4/5’s of Axiom Will Perform In Melbourne This Weekend

Melbourne is in for a classic rock treat this weekend. Brian Cadd and Glenn Shorrock will perform at The Palms at Crown on Friday and Saturday night. Chris Stockley will be on guitar and Doug Lavery will be on drums. That is 4/5’s of Axiom.

October 9, 2019
Brian Cadd APIA Good Times Tour 2015
Two Brian Cadd Classic Albums Released on CD for the First Time

Brian Cadd’s second and third albums ‘Parabrahm’ (1973) and ‘Moonshine’ (1974) have been released on CD for the very first time and with bonus tracks.

July 3, 2019
The Black Keys Lets Rock
New Music Releases for 28 June 2019

Major new titles coming this week from: Brian Cadd, New Found Glory, The Black Keys, Kylie Minogue (GH), Julia Michaels, Don Walker (live), Thom Yorke, Mustard, the 'Spider-Man: Far from Home' soundtrack and Woodstock's 50th Anniversary edition.

June 28, 2019
Brian Cadd Silver City
Brian Cadd Debuts Moving Video for ‘Everybody’s Leaving’

When Brian Cadd released his album ‘Silver City’ in February one of the highlights was the moving ‘Everybody’s Leaving’, a song not just about the greats we lost in recent years, but also a statement about our own mortality.

June 18, 2019
APIA Good Times Tour 2019 John Paul Young Russell Morris Ross Wilson photo by Mary Boukouvalas
7th Apia Good Times Tour Opens Up The Great Australian Songbook

Every single Apia Good Times tour has been a musical document sourced directly from the Great Australian Songbook.

May 27, 2019