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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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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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Pierce Brothers photo by Ros O'Gorman

Pierce Brothers Take It Indie With ‘Kanko’

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s Pierce Brothers have returned with new indie music after releasing their debut through Warner Music.

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This Way North

This Way North Debut ‘You Be You’

by Paul Cashmere

Victorian two-piece This Way North is nearing the conclusion of their trilogy of E.P.’s with the first taste of the final E.P. 3, ‘You Be You’.

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Teskey Brothers Live at the Forum

Australian Charts: The Teskey Brothers Have The Number One Album

by Gavin Ryan

The third chart entry for local group The Teskey Brothers becomes the bands first No.1 Album as “Live at The Forum” enters at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart this week.

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Vika and Linda Akilotoa

Vika & Linda To Release ‘Akilotoa’ Anthology

by Paul Cashmere

Mushroom’s Bloodlines will release the first compilation from Vika & Linda Bull in June.

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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

by Announcement

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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The Teskey Brothers photo by Ben Houdijk

The Teskey Brothers To Release Live At The Forum Album

by Paul Cashmere

The Teskey Brothers second album will be the band’s first live album.

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Memo Music Hall The Black Sorrows 26 April

The Black Sorrows To Perform For Second Memo Music Hall Live Stream

by Paul Cashmere

Joe Camilleri will gather up The Black Sorrows for the second event in the Memo Music Hall Live Stream concert series.

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Archie Roach: Photo Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Archie Roach Named Victoria’s Australian of the Year

by Paul Cashmere

Australian music legend Archie Roach has been named Victoria’s Australian of the Year.

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Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse

Port Fairy Folk Festival Announced 2020 Artist Of The Year

by Tim Cashmere

Port Fairy Folk Festival has revealed Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse as the recipients of its revered Artist of the Year award.

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Larkin Poe

Larkin Poe Bluesfest Sideshow Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Larkin Poe will perform Bluesfest Sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne in April 2020.

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The Black Sorrows

Black Sorrows Clocked Up 18th Studio Album With Citizen John

by Paul Cashmere

‘Citizen John’ is the 18th studio album for The Black Sorrows. That’s a remarkable feat considering we are not counting compilations and live albums, any of the Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons albums.

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The Teskey Brothers

The Teskey Brothers to Perform at Sacred Heart Mission’s Heart of St Kilda

by Paul Cashmere

The Teskey Brothers will perform at Year 12 of the Sacred Heart Mission’s Heart of St Kilda Concert.

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Fender Custom Shop Eric Clapton Blind Faith Telecaster by Todd Krause

Eric Clapton, John Mayer and Carlos Santana Launch Signature Guitars Through Guitar Center

by Paul Cashmere

Eric Clapton, in partnership with Guitar Center, has announced five new signature guitars, three from Eric and one each from John Mayer and Carlos Santana.

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Tex Perkins Man In Black

Tex Perkins adds more dates to The Man In Black 10th Anniversary Show

by Paul Cashmere

Tex Perkins’ The Man In Black’ tour has expanded once again.

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Eric Clapton image by Ros O'Gorman

Eric Clapton Reveals the Line-up for Crossroads 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Eric Clapton will present his Crossroads Music Festival over two nights on 20 and 21 September 2019.

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Tony Joe White photo by Ros O'Gorman

Tony Joe White Re-Records Polk Salad Annie With Robert Cray Months Before He Passed Away

by Paul Cashmere

Just months before Tony Joe White passed away he re-recorded his classic ‘Polk Salad Annie’ with Robert Cray.

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The Teskey Brothers

Melbourne’s The Teskey Brothers Started Pulling In An American Audience

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s The Teskey Brothers have been making waves in the USA in the past week. There shows are now registering on Pollstar’s Live 75 chart.

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Kyle Lionheart

Kyle Lionheart Preps Debut Album with preview ‘Holding On’

by Paul Cashmere

Byron Bay’s Kyle Lionheart’s debut album ‘Too Young’ will be released in September. He has released the song ‘Holding On’ as a preview.

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Jeff Tweedy of Wilco photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jeff Tweedy To Join The Cast of Curb Your Enthusiasm

by Paul Cashmere

Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy is expected to be a new face when Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm returns for a 10th season.

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Shannon Bourne and Sarah Carroll

Shannon Bourne and Sarah Carroll to play a very special show at Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Shannon Bourne will perform what will be a very special show with Sarah Carroll, the partner of Chris Wilson, at Memo Music Hall on Friday night.

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Buddy and Julie Miller

Buddy & Julie Miller release first new music in a decade

by Paul Cashmere

‘Breakdown on 20th Ave’ is the title of the first Buddy & Julie Miller album in a decade.

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Joe Creighton

Joe Creighton to Honour His Irish Roots At Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Singer-songwriter bass player Joe Creighton will honour his former home of Belfast with his new show ‘Just A Boy From Belfast’ at Memo Music Hall this weekend.

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Wagons

Wagons to Play The Rise and Fall of Goodtown from Start to Finish

by Paul Cashmere

Wagons will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their ‘The Rise and Fall of Goodtown’ with complete album performances in February 2019.

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Paul Allen

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies Of Cancer Aged 65

by Paul Cashmere

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft with Bill Gates, has lost his battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 65.

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