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James Hetfield in The Thicket

Metallica’s James Hetfield Will Play A Sheriff in ‘The Thicket’

by Paul Cashmere

Metallica’s James Hetfield has been confirmed to play the sheriff in the upcoming film ‘The Thicket’.

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Ron E Sparks

R.I.P. Australian Radio Legend Ron E. Sparks Dies Aged 72

by Paul Cashmere

Ron E. Sparks, one of Australia’s most respected and professional broadcasters, has died from cancer at age 72.

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John Lennon Mind Games box

John Lennon Once Tried to Get Wings, The Stones and Plastic Ono Band To Do A Show Together

by Paul Cashmere

In 1972 after The Beatles had broken up John Lennon asked Paul McCartney if he would do a benefit show with Wings, The Stones and Plastic Ono Band.

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Jonny Greenwood performs at ACO Underground in December 2012_02, Noise11, Photo

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Rushed to Hospital

by Paul Cashmere

Radiohead and The Smile’s Jonny Greenwood is resting in Intensive Care after coming down with an undisclosed illness.

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The Zombies, music news, noise11.com

The Zombies’ Founder Rod Argent Retires After Suffering A Stroke

by Paul Cashmere

Classic Rock band The Zombies has come to a sudden end after 60 years following founder Rod Argent suffering a stroke.

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Paul Kelly and Dan Kelly at Red Hot Summer Mornington photo by Bron Robinson

Paul Kelly To Tour North America With Keb’Mo and Shawn Colvin

by Paul Cashmere

Paul Kelly is heading out on tour in North America with Keb’Mo and Shawn Colvin in September and October.

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The Rolling Stones, Ros OGorman photographer, Rod Laver Arena

The Rolling Stones Have Dropped The ‘Kennedys’ Verse In ‘Sympathy for the Devil’

by Paul Cashmere

New reporting from the Washington Post reveals that The Rolling Stones have dropped the verse containing the line “who killed the Kennedys’ from their classic ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ on the current ‘Hackney Diamonds’ US tour.

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Meg Mac and Matt Corby

Meg Mac and Matt Corby Release Live Video of ‘Bricks’ Duet

by Paul Cashmere

Meg Mac and Matt Corby has recorded a song together. Matt Corby joined Meg Mac at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney this week to perform their new duet ‘Bricks’.

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Jessica Mauboy photo from Warner Music

Jessica Mauboy To Perform Australia’s Olympic Song ‘Higher’ In Paris

by Paul Cashmere

Jessica Mauboy has unveiled her new song ‘Higher’ which is also the official Australian song for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

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Joe Bonsall of Oak Ridge Boys

Tributes Flow For Oak Ridge Boys Singer Joe Bonsall

by Paul Cashmere

Tributes are flowing in for Oak Ridge Boys singer Joe Bonsall who died on July 9, 2024 at age 76.

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Models and Boom Crash Opera Team For Double A Side Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Models and Boom Crash Opera will tour together again with the Double A Side tour with dates later 2024 and more in 2025.

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Bon Jovi, Photo By Damien Loverso

Jon Bon Jovi’s Mother Dies At Age 83

by Paul Cashmere

Jon Bon Jovi has paid an emotional tribute to his mother following her death aged 83.

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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Premiere ‘Le Risque’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have previewed their upcoming album ‘Flight b741’ with the ‘Le Risque’ video. The song is the first lead vocal for drummer Michael Cavanagh.

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Bob Dylan The 1974 Live Recordings

Bob Dylan To Release 27 Disc Set of 1974 Live Recordings

by Paul Cashmere

Bob Dylan’s next archive release will be the 27 disc 417 track ‘The 1974 Live Recordings’.

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Frenzal Rhomb A Mans Not A Camel

Want To Feel Old? Frenzal Rhomb Are Heading Out For ‘A Man’s Not A Camel’ 25th Anniversary Tour

by Paul Cashmere

In March 1999, Sydney punk band Frenzal Rhomb released their fourth album ‘A Man’s Not A Camel’.

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Kyle and Jackie O KIISFM

Kyle and Jackie O Is A Million Dollar Failure For KIIS FM In Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Kyle and Jackie O’s entry into the Melbourne radio market has become the most expensive commercial failure in radio history.

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Dave Rowntree Blur perform in Melbourne at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday 28 July 2015. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Blur Drummer Dave Rowntree Loses Bid To Join UK Parliament

by Paul Cashmere

Blur drummer Dave Rowntree has failed to become a member of the UK Parliament.

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Diesel photo by Jesse Lizotte

Diesel Premieres ‘Remember My Love’ Video Directed By His Daughter Lily

by Paul Cashmere

Diesel has a new video for ‘Remember My Love’ from his 2023 ‘Bootleg Melancholy’ album and more tour dates to go along with it.

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Billy Ray Cyrus and Braison Cyrus Derrek Kupish

Billy Ray Cyrus Joined By Son Braison At Grand Ole Opry

by Paul Cashmere

Billy Ray Cyrus had a special guest join him at the Grand Ole Opry on the weekend. His son Braison joined in for two songs at the iconic Nashville venue.

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Jet to perform with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

Jet To Perform With Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

by Paul Cashmere

Jet will perform with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for One Show Only on 8 November at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne.

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Out On The Weekend

Out On The Weekend Is Heading To Ballarat and Korumburra

by Paul Cashmere

Out On The Weekend is heading to Victoria’s country regions for 2024 with dates added for Ballarat and Korumburra.

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Andy Summers and Robert Fripp I Advance Masked

Andy Summers and Robert Fripp ‘I Advance Masked’ To Be Expanded

by Paul Cashmere

‘I Advance Masked’, Andy Summers’ first project outside The Police, will be expanded to a three disc edition for release in September.

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Ian Astbury, The Cult - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The Cult Get a Venue Upgrade In Melbourne And A New Show For Sydney

by Paul Cashmere

The Cult have been upgraded from The Form to MC Arena in Melbourne and have a sell-out show at Sydney’s Opera House as well as a new Sydney show at the Enmore Theatre.

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Jon Stevens and Kate Ceberano Superstars Live

Kate Ceberano and Jon Stevens Team For Superstars Live

by Paul Cashmere

Kate Ceberano and Jon Stevens will get together again for the Superstars Live tour in October and November.

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Herbie Hancock (supplied by Live Nation)

Herbie Hancock To Play Australia, New Zealand And Melbourne International Jazz Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Herbie Hancock will return to Australia as well as New Zealand in October and include a headline show for the Melbourne International Jazz Festival.

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Coldplay perform at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne on Friday 9 December 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Coldplay Pay Out Millions To Former Manager

by Paul Cashmere

Coldplay have settled with their former manager Dave Holmes with a seven-figure sum for unpaid commissions.

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Two Tone Pony

Two Tone Pony Premiere ‘Going Back’ Ahead of ‘Born On The Road’ Album

by Paul Cashmere

Two Tone Pony have a new uptempo country rock song ‘Going Back’ ahead of the release of the debut album ‘Born On The Road’ due 19 July 2024.

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Alanis Morissette, Noise11, Photo

Happy 50th Alanis Morissette

by Paul Cashmere

Alanis Morissette turned 50 this week.

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Russell Morris The Real Thing Symphonic Concert

Russell Morris ‘The Real Thing Symphonic Concert’ Is Now On DVD

by Paul Cashmere

Russell Morris’ 2023 ‘The Real Thing Symphonic Concert’ will be available on DVD from this Friday 5 July 2024.

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Deep Purple: Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Deep Purple Sounding Like Classic Deep Purple on ‘Lazy Sod’

by Paul Cashmere

Deep Purple have released another preview of the ‘=1’ album and ‘Lazy Sod’ sounds like classic Deep Purple.

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