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Brian Cadd, Ros O'Gorman, Photo, Noise11

Queenscliff Music Festival Line-Up Cover All Ages from Brian Cadd To Bluey

by Paul Cashmere

The Queenscliff Music Festival line-up has been revealed with a line-up covering all ages from Brian Cadd to Bluey.

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INXS Original Sin The Seven Sins

INXS ‘Original Sin – The Seven Sins’ Soundtrack Released

by Paul Cashmere

A soundtrack for ‘Original Sin – The Seven Sins’, featuring the music of INXS was released today.

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Slim Dusty and Joy McKean Gone Fishin photo supplied by EMI Records

Slim Dusty ‘Gone Fishin’ For Father’s Day

by Paul Cashmere

A new Slim Dusty album ‘Gone Fishin’, featuring Slim’s songs about fishing, has been compiled in time for Father’s Day.

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Australian Crawl Sirocco

Australian Crawl ‘Sirocco’ Turns 40

by Paul Cashmere

Australian Crawl’s second album ‘Sirocco’ has turned 40.

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I Lost My Gig

Announcement: I Lost My Gig Reveals Losses to Music Industry Since 1 July

by Announcement

I Lost My Gig today revealed the findings of its second survey initiative, painting an alarming picture for the immediate future of Australian live performance and events due to the impacts of COVID-19.

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Paul Dempsey of Something for Kate photo by Ros O'Gorman

Something For Kate’s Paul Dempsey On How Success Drove Him To A Nervous Breakdown

by Paul Cashmere

With Something For Kate about to perform shows around Australia to mark the 20th anniversary of ‘Echolalia, SFK founder Paul Dempsey recalls how the band’s success drove him to a nervous breakdown.

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Kathrin Longhurst 'Kate'

Kate Ceberano Limited Edition Prints To Support Support Act

by Paul Cashmere

Limited edition prints of Katherin Longhurst’s Kate Ceberano painting have gone on sale with part proceeds going to Support Act.

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Baker Boy at NIMAs 2019 photo by David Hancock

Announcement: NIMAs Postponed

by Announcement

COVID causing havoc across the country has forced the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs), initially scheduled for August 7 at the Darwin Amphitheatre, to be postponed.

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Zoot

Rick Springfield Still Ready To Reactivate Zoot Despite Delays

by Paul Cashmere

Covid has postponed the first Zoot tour in 50 years a number of times now but founding member and guitarist Rick Springfield says he can’t wait to get it happening.

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Mike McClellan Premieres ‘If Sorrow Should Find You’

by Paul Cashmere

As Mike McClellan gets closer to the release of his next album ‘Behind Every Mask’ he has premiered a second track titled ‘If Sorrow Should Find You’.

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Russell Morris and Rick Springfield Jack Chrome and the Darkness Waltz

Rick Springfield Become The Red Locusts With A Nod To The Beatles

by Paul Cashmere

Rick Springfield has gotten together with Matt and Gregg Bissonette to create a faux-Beatles band they called The Red Locusts.

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Tones and I Welcome to the Madhouse

Australian Albums: Tones And I ‘Welcome to the Madhouse’ is No 1

by Gavin Ryan

The tenth Australian No.1 Album for 2021 occurs this week for Tones and I with her debut studio album “Welcome to the Madhouse”.

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Rock Band The Dead Daisies announce their LIKE NO OTHER tour of the United States (from left to right) - David Lowy (Mink and Red Phoenix), Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Country Communion), Tommy Clufetos (Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne) and Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio).

The Dead Daisies Go Back On Tour

by Paul Cashmere

The Dead Daisies, featuring Australian billionaire David Lowy with guitarist Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio), drummer Tommy Clufetos (Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper) and bassist and singer Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Country Communion), will be back touring across America in September.

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Sam Teskey (photo supplied by Good Times Festival)

Good Times Festival Announces New Dates

by Paul Cashmere

Good Times has new dates in September but a few changes come with the announcement.

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Josh Piterman

Phantom of the Opera Postponed Due To Covid

by Paul Cashmere

The upcoming productions of Phantom of the Opera for Sydney and Melbourne have been postponed to 2022 because of the current Covid lockdowns.

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Andrew Stockdale, Wolfmother, 2013, Music Bowl, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Andrew Stockdale Wishes Andrew Stockdale at Happy 45th

by Paul Cashmere

Happy Birthday Andrew Stockdale. Wolfmother’s Andrew Stockdale is 45.

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The Avalanches

The Avalanches To Tour North America In 2022

by Paul Cashmere

With more than half in Australia still in lockdown, Australian acts are looking elsewhere for touring income. The Avalanches will head to North America in 2022.

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Gang of Youths

Gang of Youths Premiere ‘Unison’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

Gang of Youth’s have a music video for ‘Unison’ one of three songs on their ‘Total Serene’ EP.

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Screaming Jets

The Screaming Jets Postpone New South Wales Dates To 2022

by Paul Cashmere

The Screaming Jets have postponed their New South Wales shows until 2022 because of the #Gladyscluster ripping the state. However, New South Wales’ loss is a windfall for Queensland and Victoria.

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Ross Wilson Mondo Rock, photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ross Wilson Expands Eagle Rock 50th Anniversary Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Ross Wilson has expanded his Eagle Rock 50th anniversary tour with more shows in Victoria and Queensland added to the dates.

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Mark Seymour of Hunters and Collectors at Red Hot Summer Bendigo photo by Noise11

Mark Seymour Calls On All Music Fans To Vaccinate

by Paul Cashmere

Mark Seymour has called on all music fans to get vaccinated as soon as possible so that live music can return to some sense of normality.

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Something For Kate photo by Ros O'Gorman

Something for Kate To Tour Echolalia and The Modern Medieval Albums

by Paul Cashmere

Something For Kate will perform songs from their recent album ‘The Modern Medieval’ as well as a complete performance of 2001’s ‘Echolalia’ when they start their first tour in four years in September.

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APRA AMCOS

ANNOUNCEMENT: Art Music Awards Finalists Announced

by Announcement

APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre are excited to announce the finalists for the 2021 Art Music Awards, to be held on Tuesday 17 August in Melbourne. Finalists include Holly Harrison, Yitzhak Yedid, Cathy Milliken, Ed Kuepper and many more.

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BigSound

ANNOUNCEMENT: Bigsound Cancelled Due To Covid Restrictions

by Paul Cashmere

The 2021 Bigsound music conference in Queensland has been cancelled.

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Olivia Rodrigo Sour Patch

Australian Albums: Olivia Rodrigo ‘Sour’ Returns To No 1

by Gavin Ryan

After one week away from the top spot, Olivia Rodrigo retakes the No.1 ARIA Albums position with her debut album “SOUR”.

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Dog Trumpet photo by Ros O'Gorman

Dog Trumpet Catalogue Goes Global Via Demon Records

by Paul Cashmere

ARIA Hall of Famers Reg Mombassa and Peter O’Doherty will go global with their Dog Trumpet catalogue on vinyl via the UK’s Demon Records.

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Russell Morris and Rick Springfield Jack Chrome and the Darkness Waltz

Rick Springfield and Russell Morris Team Up For Jack Chrome Project

by Paul Cashmere

Rick Springfield and Russell Morris have been working on a new music concept called ‘Jack Chrome and the Darkness Waltz’ over the extended Covid lockdown period.

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Diesel at Red Hot Summer

Diesel On The Chance Discovery of a 30 Year Old Song For His New Album

by Paul Cashmere

When Diesel started work on his new album ‘Alone With Blues’, a chance email from Ross Wilson with the rediscovery of an old song ended up being the lead song of the album.

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Dean Stevenson

Tasmanian Musician Dean Stevenson To Create And Perform Musical Work Daily At Mona

by Noise11.com

Tasmanian musician Dean Stevenson has been commissioned by Mona to create a musical work daily and perform it at 4pm each day.

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Mick Thomas' Roving Commission with Brooke Taylor by Graham Stockfield

Mike Thomas’ Roving Commission Grounded Due To Covid Restrictions

by Paul Cashmere

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission tour dates have once again been disrupted after new restrictions in Western Australia and South Australia have meant that the Victoria based band is locked out of the western states.

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