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The Studs Funky Feet Was An Unused Abba Song

by Paul Cashmere

Here is some 43 year old news for you. Who knew Australia’s The Studs 1977 pop hit ‘Funky Feet’ was written by Abba’s Benny Anderssen and Bjorn Ulvaeus? Well, apparently, everyone except me.

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Rebecca Barnard photo by Ros O'Gorman

Memo Music Hall Gathers Melbourne’s Finest for Memo Music Hall Gala

by Paul Cashmere

Memo Music Hall will celebrate live music in St Kilda with the Memo Music Gala set for 21 September.

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Jimmy Page Approved Lez Zeppelin To Play Memo Music Hall This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere

New York-based Lez Zeppelin will be in Melbourne this weekend for a show at Memo Music Hall in St Kilda on Saturday night.

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Busby Marou photo by Ros O'Gorman

San Francisco’s Front Country and Rockhampton’s Busby Marou take over Memo Music Hall this weekend

by Paul Cashmere

Queensland’s Busby Marou and all the way from the USA’s Front Country will perform this weekend at Memo Music Hall in Melbourne.

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Kim Salmon at the launch of Leaps and Bounds 2015, photo by Ros O'Gorman

MEMO Music Hall to kick off local acts with Summer Sounds of St Kilda in January

by Paul Cashmere

Kim Salmon, Alma Ziegler, Hugo Race and Deborah Byrne will be able to walk to walk for their January gigs. MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda will be featuring the locals throughout January with its Summer Sounds of St Kilda series.

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MEMO Music Hall presents The Fabulous Singlettes Christmas Show this weekend

by Paul Cashmere

The Fabulous Singlettes Christmas show is on for two nights at MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda this weekend.

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Tony Martin will be working between Christmas and New Years at MEMO Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Comedian, filmmaker and author Tony Martin has a gig at MEMO between Christmas and New Year.

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Kim Salmon at the launch of Leaps and Bounds 2015, photo by Ros O'Gorman

MEMO Music Hall to pay tribute to the music of St Kilda with Summer Sounds of St Kilda series

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s hidden music gem of a venue MEMO Music Hall will pay tribute to its local artists with Summer Sounds of St Kilda series throughout January.

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Palais Theatre, St Kilda

Live Nation To Take Over Melbourne’s Iconic Palais Theatre

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s heritage venue The Palais Theatre has been taken over by multinational concert corporation Live Nation.

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Palais Theatre, St Kilda

Palais St Kilda Lease Now Down To Two Including Live Nation

by Paul Cashmere

US conglomerate Live Nation and Sydney based Playbill are now the only two businesses being considered to take over Melbourne’s iconic Palais Theatre in St Kilda.

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The Flaming Lips Add Melbourne Date

by Paul Cashmere

The Flaming Lips will sideshow away from Mono for a Melbourne date in January.

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Rowland S Howard Lane Opening Ceremony St Kilda. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Rowland S Howard Lane Officially Unveiled In St Kilda

by Paul Cashmere

After years of campaigning, St Kilda officially now has a Rowland S Howard Lane in honour of the late Rowland S Howard of The Birthday Party.

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Shane Howard performed in Forever Young - The Songs of Bob Dylan at Memo Music Hall: Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Melbourne Musicians Play The Bob Dylan Birthday Bash Forever Young SETLIST

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s music maestros come together every year for Bob Dylan’s birthday and the first of two of the third annual ‘Forever Young – Songs of Bob Dylan’ celebrated Bob’s 74th at the Memo Music Hall in St Kilda on Friday night.

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Labor Commits To Saving The Palais Theatre

by Paul Cashmere

St Kilda’s iconic Palais Theatre will be restored under a Labor Government.

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Pure Pop Records To Close In Barkley Street

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s iconic music store Pure Pop Records is vacating its home at 221 Barkley Street, St Kilda.

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St Kilda Gets Happy With Local Pharrell Video

by Paul Cashmere

The City of Port Phillip’s acting mayor Serge Thomann has made the local residents ‘Happy’ with their own version of the Pharrell Williams ‘Happy’ video.

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Ed Sheeran, Photo Image Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

REVIEW: Ed Sheeran, Palais Theatre, Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Ed Sheeran is a real singer songwriter, finally someone kids can look up to, appreciate and be proud of. If you have ever had one of those “but will they be around in 10 years” conversations, then Ed is someone who definitely will.

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Rowland S Howard

Rowland S Howard Lane A Possibility For St Kilda

by Paul Cashmere

Plans are underway to have a laneway named after St. Kilda resident, the late Rowland S. Howard.

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Prince of Wales St. Kilda Confirms Commitment To Live Music

by Tim Cashmere

The Prince Bandroom’s future has been in doubt recently, but today The Melbourne Pub Group confirmed that it will continue its newly acquired pub as a live music venue.

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Ron Peno Died Pretty, EG Awards Prince Bandroom - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Future Of The Prince Bandroom In Doubt

by Paul Cashmere

The future of one of Melbourne’s oldest music venues The Prince Bandroom in the Prince of Wales hotel in St Kilda is questionable after the property was sold this week to a restaurateur.

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