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Allman Brothers Co-Founder Dickey Betts Dies Aged 80

by Paul Cashmere

Guitarist Dickey Betts, a co-founder of the Allman Brothers Band and songwriter of ‘Ramblin’ Man’, has died at age 80.

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James Taylor at MCA Melbourne 16 April 2024 photo by Winston Robinson

James Taylor Farewells Australia With Final Tour (Melbourne Review)

by Paul Cashmere

I could go to a James Taylor show just for the stories. The man is a part of music history and is still around to tell the tales of how it all began. Like, for instance, being the first artist signed to Apple Records. James “auditioned” for Apple with his song ‘Something In The Way She Moves’. “Paul went away and started the label and George went away and wrote the song”, he said.

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Jackson Browne at MCA Melbourne 29 November 2023 photo by Winston Robinson

Jackson Browne Takes Fans on a Deep Dive Journey Across 50 Years #REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

At one point Jackson Browne commented how he “doesn’t think of himself as 75 and doesn’t think of his beard as grey” but that is what a lifetime of success will do to you. For many people in the room (including myself) who started the Jackson Browne journey with his first album in 1972, this show delivered a deep dive across the entire career.

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Gaby Moreno

Grammy Nominee Gabby Moreno To Perform In Australia In 2024

by Paul Cashmere

Latin Grammy Award winner and upcoming Grammy nominee Gaby Moreno will perform in Australia in March 2024.

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Dan Keyes

Wheatley Records Cranks Back Up With Dan Keyes + The New Rides

by Paul Cashmere

Dan Keyes + The New Rides is the first act for the newly restores Wheatley Records.

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Ryan Adams. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ryan Adams Cancels All Upcoming Solo Shows for 2023

by Paul Cashmere

Ryan Adams has cancelled all of his solo shows for 2023 saying his health has been an issue.

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Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan Pays Tribute To Robbie Robertson

by Music-News.com

Bob Dylan has paid tribute to his collaborator and “lifelong friend” Robbie Robertson following his death aged 80.

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Robbie Robertson

Robbie Roberston of The Band Dead at 80

by Paul Cashmere

Robbie Robertson, the co-founder, songwriter and lead guitarist for the legendary band The Band, has died at age 80.

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Jeff Tweedy of Wilco photo by Ros O'Gorman

There’s A Brand New Wilco Song Called ‘Evicted’

by Paul Cashmere

Wilco have revealed details of the next album ‘Cousin’ and preview the album with the song ‘Evicted’.

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Don Henley, Eagles photo by Ros O'Gorman

Eagles Announce Their Final Tour

by Paul Cashmere

When Eagles announced the Farewell I tour in 2004 the title was a pisstake on all the acts like Kiss and Cher that announce farewell tours and then keep touring. That tour title was never meant to be taken seriously. The new one ‘The Long Goodbye’ farewell tour is. Get the headstone ready. It will read ‘Eagles 1971-2025’.

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ARIA Album Chart Report 23 June 2023

by Gavin Ryan

The third studio for local act The Teskey Brothers called “The Winding Way” becomes their second #1 in Australia this week.

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M. Ward

M. Ward Has Two First Aid Kit Collaborations on New Album ‘supernatural thing’

by Paul Cashmere

M. Ward recruited Swedish duo First Aid Kit for two songs on his new album ‘supernatural thing’.

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Jesse Malin

Jesse Malin Paralysed From Waist Down After Stroke

by Paul Cashmere

New York singer songwriter Jesse Malin has been left paralysed from the waist down after suffering a stroke earlier this month.

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Jackson Browne performs at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Friday 1 April 2016.

Jackson Browne To Perform For A Day On The Green In Queensland

by Paul Cashmere

Jackson Browne has added an outdoor show in Queensland for A Day On The Green in December.

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James McMurtry

James McMurtry Performs Is Drag As a Big FU To Tennessee Law

by Paul Cashmere

American folk rock singer James McMurtry has donned a dress to perform in Tennessee as a protest to the States’ homophobic law.

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Don McLean photo by Bron Robinson

Don McLean Goes Out On The Top Of His Game On Final Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Don McLean is calling his 20th Australian tour his last but I think he has a few years left in him.

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Judy Collins

Judy Collins Australian Tour Rescheduled To March 2024

by Paul Cashmere

Legendary singer Judy Collins has rescheduled her Australian tour for March 2024.

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Jackson Browne at the Palais on Friday 1 April 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jackson Browne Australian Dates Postponed Until November and December 2023

by Paul Cashmere

Jackson Browne’s two postponed Australian dates in Melbourne and Sydney have been rescheduled for November/December 2023.

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The Waifs

The Waifs Have A Stack of Dates Starting In June

by Paul Cashmere

The Waifs will begin a three-month Australian tour in June to mark the 20th anniversary.

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Fenn Wilson Honey Hates Death Ghazals

Fenn Wilson Dedicates New Album To His Late Father Australian Blues Musician Chris Wilson

by Paul Cashmere

Fenn Wilson used his time in the studio recording ‘Honey Dates Death/Ghazals’ as a healing process following the death of his father, Australian blues guitarist Chris Wilson, in 2019.

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Jackson Browne performs at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Friday 1 April 2016.

Jackson Browne’s Melbourne Show Tonight Postponed Until Sunday

by Paul Cashmere

Jackson Browne will not be performing in Melbourne tonight due to illness.

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Jackson Browne performs at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Friday 1 April 2016.

Jackson Browne Set To Arrive In Australia for First Tour Since 2018

by Paul Cashmere

Jackson Browne will start his first Australian tour since 2018 at Byron Bay this weekend before shows in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney then New Zealand for Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington.

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John Butler

John Butler Previews Solo ‘Live In Paris’ Album With ‘Faith’

by Paul Cashmere

John Butler will document his 2022 European tour with the ‘John Butler – Live In Paris’ album recorded over two nights at Le Trianon on 26 and 27 May 2022.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd debut album

Gary Rossington, The Last Original Member of Lynyrd Skynryd, Dead at 76

by Paul Cashmere

Gary Rossington, the last remaining original member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, has died at age 76.

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David Lindley El Rayo X

Legendary Guitarist David Lindley Dies Aged 78

by Paul Cashmere

David Lindley, best known for his work with Jackson Browne, has died at age 78.

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Teskey Brothers photo by Ian Laidlaw

The Teskey Brothers Premiere ‘Oceans of Emotions’

by Paul Cashmere

The Teskey Brothers have a new song ‘Oceans of Emotions’ and new of a new album ‘The Winding Way’ on the way.

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Jeff Tweedy of Wilco photo by Ros O'Gorman

Wilco To Release Alternate Album To ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’ Called ‘Crosseyed Strangers’

by Paul Cashmere

Wilco will officially release the ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’ alternative called ‘Crosseyed Strangers’ for Record Store Day 2023.

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Joe Henry photo by Ros O'Gorman

Joe Henry To Release 16th Album ‘All The Eye Can See’

by Paul Cashmere

American singer songwriter Joe Henry has a new album ‘All the Eye Can See’ coming in January with a sneak preview via the title track available now.

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John Hiatt at SXSW - photo by Ros O'Gorman

The John Hiatt Story Told In ‘Have A Little Faith’

by Paul Cashmere

John Hiatt has spent his 70th year on Earth sharing his story in the biography ‘Have A Little Faith’.

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Cowboy Junkies

Cowboy Junkies Launch Podcast Series

by Paul Cashmere

Cowboy Junkies have a new podcast series for 2021 focused on one song per episode.

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