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Violent Femmes Reschedule Australian Tour To November

by Paul Cashmere

The Violent Femmes Australian tour, due to start in Tasmania this weekend, has been moved to November.

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Violent Femmes Announce Australian Tour Dates for 2020

by Paul Cashmere

Violent Femmes, the former 100% American band, now two-parts USA and one-part Australian, will tour Australia in 2020.

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New Music Releases for 29 August 2019

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Tones and I (EP), Tool, Montaigne, The S.L.P., Ian Gillan (Live), Lloyd Cole, P.P. Arnold, Rodney Crowell, Sons of Apollo (Live), H.E.R., Eskimo Joe (Live), Marc Cohn, Lana Del Rey, Sheryl Crow, Astrid S., Common, Paul Kelly & James Ledger, DZ Deathrays, Bon Iver (phys), Whitney (the Band), Violent Femmes, G Flip and Sunny Cowgirls.

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Brian Ritchie receives Art Award for Excellence for his work in Tasmania

by Paul Cashmere

Mona Foma curator and bass player for Violent Femmes Brian Ritchie has been honored with an APRA AMCOS Art Award recognizing his contribution to the Australian music sector as a performer, curator and mentor.

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New Music Releases for 26 July 2019

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Of Monsters and Men, Kaiser Chiefs, DJ Snake, Andy Grammer, NF, Thy Art is Murder, The Flaming Lips, Kevin Bloody Wilson (GH), Ziggy Alberts (EP), Violent Femmes, New Order (live), Lloyd Cole and Chance the Rapper.

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2019 Art Music Awards Finalists Revealed And Brian Ritchie is one of them

by Paul Cashmere

Violent Femmes’ Brian Ritchie has been nominated for the Excellence by an Individual Award at the 2019 APRA AMCOS Art Music Awards.

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Violent Femmes reveal details of Hotel Last Resort album

by Paul Cashmere

Violent Femmes have a new album on the way and its only their third album of the 21st Century.

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Violent Femmes’ Brian Ritchie Recognised As a Major Force In Australian Culture

by Paul Cashmere

When Violent Femmes bass player Brian Ritchie migrated to Australia in 2008 he immediately began rebooting Australian culture. Those 10 years of contributions to the Australian entertainment industry have paid off with Brian receiving two nominations in the prestigious upcoming Helpmann Awards.

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New Music Releases For 7 July 2017

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: HAIM, Violent Femmes (live), Jay-Z and the Spider-Man: Homecoming and War for The Planet of the Apes soundtracks.

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Violent Femmes 2017 Australian Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Violent Femmes will play Australian dates starting in Melbourne on March 16.

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Hoodoo Gurus and Violent Femmes Pair For A Day On The Green

by Paul Cashmere

Hoodoo Gurus will partner up with Violent Femmes and add The Whitlams, Tim Rogers and Models for two A Day On The Green shows in March.

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Newport Folk Festival Line-Up Includes Graham Nash Violent Femmes Elvis Costello

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Just as most major jazz festivals have expanded to all forms of music, so has the iconic Newport Folk Festival.

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Violent Femmes Interview From Noise11.com Archives

by Tim Cashmere

Violent Femmes may just be the ultimate cult band. After 21 years and one slight line-up diversion the band have maintained a cult status with a core audience who never seem to get much older.

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New Music Releases For 4 March 2016

by Gavin Ryan

Tonight Alive, Ray LaMontagne, Loretta Lynn, Miike Snow, Hacktivist, Violent Femmes and Thao & The Get Down Stay Down lead this weeks new music releases.

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Twilight At Taronga 2016 Summer Concert Series Line-Up Revealed

by Paul Cashmere

The Twilight At Taronga 2016 Summer Concert Series has surpassed expectations with a blend of the best Australian music and the occasional international act.

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Hoodoo Gurus Dave Faulkner, photo by Ros OGorman

A Day On The Green Lines Up Hoodoo Gurus, Violent Femmes, Sunnyboys, Died Pretty and Ratcat

by Paul Cashmere

A Day On The Green has outdone itself with the ultimate 90s alt-rock experience set to invade wineries in March with Hoodoo Gurus, Violent Femmes, Sunnyboys, Died Pretty and Ratcat.

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Golden Plains Announce 10th Anniversary Line-up With Violent Femmes

by Paul Cashmere

Violent Femmes will help celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Golden Plains music festival in March 2016.

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R.I.P. Steve Mackay, The Stooges, Violent Femmes 1949-2015

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Steve Mackay, the saxophonist who played with the Stooges along with a wide range of other artists, has died at the age of 66.

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Listen To The First New Violent Femmes Song Since 2000

by Paul Cashmere

Violent Femmes ‘Love Love Love Love Love’ is the first original new song from the band since 2000.

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Brian Ritchie, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Violent Femmes, Bertie Blackman To Play Woodford Folk Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Woodford Folk Festival 2014 has tapped a world-class line-up for 2015 with semi-Aussie band Violent Femmes leading the charge along with Bertie Blackman and The Cat Empire.

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Falls Festival, Hiatus Kaiyote, Photo By Ian Laidlaw

Falls Festival 2013 Photo Gallery

by Ros O'Gorman

Falls Festival was held in the hills of Lorne Victoria, Marion Bay in Tasmania and Byron Bay in Northern NSW.

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Matt Corby Side Project To Play Woodford Folk Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Matt Corby will perform a second show at the Woodford Folk Festival today. Corby will reveal his side-project Museum Collective.

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Sexy MF, Mona Foma Reveals 2014 Line-up

by Paul Cashmere

Tasmania’s Mona Foma has revealed the first line-up of artists for the 2014 event with an event to rival previous years.

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Fall Festival Second Announcement Features Johnny Marr

by Paul Cashmere

Smiths legend Johnny Marr has been added to the Falls Festival line-up over the New Year’s long weekend.

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Victor DeLorenzo Explains His Departure From Violent Femmes

by Paul Cashmere

Yesterday it was announced that Brian Viglione from Dresden Dolls is the new drummer for The Violent Femmes, replacing founding drummer Victor DeLorenzo.

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Dresden Dolls Drummer Brian Viglione Joins The Violent Femmes

by Paul Cashmere

Former Dresden Dolls drummer Brian Viglione is the new drummer for The Violent Femmes replacing Victor DeLorenzo who announced his departure today.

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The Break Forced To Postpone Sydney Show

by Paul Cashmere

The Break have been forced to postpone their show in Sydney on Saturday due to a serious family illness.

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Engelbert Humperdinck - image by Ros O'Gorman, Photo, Noise11

Engelbert Humperdinck Announces Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Engelbert Humperdinck will return to Australia for shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Newcastle in July.

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