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Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera To Publish His Memoir

by Music-News.com

Phil Manzanera, one of the UK’s best-known musicians and record producers, having shot to prominence in the early ‘70’s as the lead guitarist with the seminal band, Roxy Music, has written his memoir, titled ‘Revolución to Roxy’.

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Peter Gabriel i/o

Peter Gabriel Premieres Another New Song ‘The Court’

by Paul Cashmere

Peter Gabriel has premiered another new song from his upcoming album ‘i/o’ called ‘The Court.

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Bryan Ferry, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Roxy Music Announce Their First Tour In Over A Decade

by Music-News.com

Roxy Music have announced their first tour for 11 years.

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Bryan Ferry, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bryan Ferry To Publish Book of Lyrics

by Paul Cashmere

A Bryan Ferry book titled ‘Lyrics’ is coming in May to mark the 50th anniversary of the first Roxy Music album.

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St. Vincent

St Vincent On Being Out of Her Mind

by Music-News.com

St. Vincent’s touring schedule sent her “out of [her] mind”.

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Gordon Haskell of King Crimson

King Crimson Bass Player Gordon Haskell Dies Aged 74

by Music-News.com

Gordon Haskell, who was the bassist and vocalist in King Crimson in the 70s and featured on their second and third albums, has sadly passed away.

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St. Vincent

St Vincent Thinks Song Meanings Should Be Left To Interpretation

by Music-News.com

St. Vincent doesn’t like to know what an artist is thinking when they write a song.

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Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett Australian Dates Rescheduled

by Paul Cashmere

Steve Hackett’s Australian tour will now happen in May 2021.

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Mario Millo

Mario Millo To Perform Sebastian Hardie’s ‘Four Moments’ Live At Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Sebastian Hardie are described as Australia’s first symphonic band. While the rest of the world had Yes, Mario Millo was giving Australia’s live music fans a unique, local rock flavor on stage.

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Nick Mason

Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason To Release Live Saucerful of Secrets

by Paul Cashmere

Pink Floyd co-founder Nick Mason will release a live album of his ‘Saucerful of Secrets’ show.

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Mike Patton of Faith No More and Mondo Kane

Mike Patton reunites Mr Bungle

by Paul Cashmere

Mr Bungle will play their first shows in 20 years in February.

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Thom Yorke, Radiohead, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Thom Yorke Reveals Third Solo Album To Be Called ANIMA

by Paul Cashmere

Thom Yorke’s third solo album ‘ANIMA’ is coming as soon as 28 June.

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Newton Faulkner at Noise11 photo by Ros O'Gorman

Newton Faulkner Australian Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Newton Faulkner is heading back to Australia in November for a national tour starting in Fremantle on 15 November.

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The Flaming Lips - Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

The Flaming Lips to Perform The Soft Bulletin in Sydney and Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

The Flaming Lips will perform their classic The Soft Bulletin for Sydney and Melbourne in September and October.

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My Friend The Chocolate Cake perform at the Recital Centre in Melbourne on 16 June 2017. Photo by Ros OGorman

David Bridie to take The Wisdom Line out live

by Paul Cashmere

David Bridie has announced a national tour in support of his latest solo album ‘The Wisdom Line’.

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Bryan Ferry, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bryan Ferry to Reunite with Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay and Phil Manzanera for Hall of Fame

by Paul Cashmere

Bryan Ferry will perform with original Roxy Music members Andy Mackay and Phil Manzanera when Roxy Music are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on this Friday, March 29.

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Kate Bush

Kate Bush says she is not a right-wing conservative nutter

by Paul Cashmere

Kate Bush has made an official statement condemning a statement from a 2016 interview she made that has been taken out of context to align her with the right-wing Tory government.

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Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Richard Wright

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason has been made a Commander of the British Empire

by Paul Cashmere

Nick Mason of Pink Floyd has been awarded the Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to music.

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David Byrne American Utopia tour 2018

David Byrne names his live EP after quote from NME review

by Paul Cashmere

David Byrne has anointed his new live EP ‘The Best Live Show of All Time’ after a quote he got from a NME review.

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David Byrne American Utopia tour 2018

David Byrne delivers equal part Art and Rock in stunning Melbourne show #REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

David Byrne has always been music by innovation. The Talking Heads were equal parts rock and art and their lead singer has continued that philosophy. In American Utopia, Byrne has transformed the band into the show. This show is as visually stunning as the songs themselves.

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David Byrne 2009: Photo By Ros O'Gorman

David Byrne New Zealand reviews reveal a Talking Heads trip and more

by Paul Cashmere

David Byrne’s New Zealand shows are being written up as one of the greatest shows of 2018.

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Kate Bush

Kate Bush removes Rolf Harris contribution from Aerial reissue

by Paul Cashmere

Kate Bush has had the work of convicted sexual assault perpetrator Rolf Harris removed from the new remaster of her 2005 ‘Aerial’ album.

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Bryan Ferry, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bryan Ferry Adds More 2019 Dates With A Gaping Hole Left For Australia

by Paul Cashmere

Bryan Ferry has added a stack of dates for Europe starting 22 May after his previously announced two dates in South Africa, which makes it look a lot like Australia could be in the gap.

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Nick Mason

Nick Mason Is Touring A Complete Set Of Pink Floyd

by Paul Cashmere

Pink Floyd co-founder Nick Mason is touring a complete set of early Pink Floyd songs covering 1967 to 1972 and the albums pre-The Dark Side Of The Moon.

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The Velvet Underground Experience

The Velvet Underground Experience Exhibition To Open In New York

by Paul Cashmere

New York City will be the next stop on the first global exhibition to be dedicated to The Velvet Underground.

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Yoko Ono. Photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Yoko Ono Releases Next Music Instalment For 2018 ‘Hey Mr President’

by Paul Cashmere

Yoko Ono has released ‘Hey Mr President’ with John Palumbo as his new single.

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Yoko Ono. Photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Yoko Ono Shares New Track Hell In Paradise

by Paul Cashmere

Yoko Ono is previewing a new song every week with this week’s instalment being ‘Hell In Paradise’.

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