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James Reyne’s Two Melbourne Shows This Weekend To Go Ahead As Planned

by Paul Cashmere

James Reyne’s The Boys Light Up 40th anniversary shows at The Palms at Crown Melbourne on Friday and Saturday will go ahead.

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Brunswick Ballroom

Covid Outbreak Causes Temporary Closure of Brunswick Ballroom

by Paul Cashmere

The current Covid upsurge in Melbourne has forced the closure of the Brunswick Ballroom until 21 January.

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The Chantoozies at Pure Gold Live 2015. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http://www.noise11.com

Tottie Goldsmith Released From Hospital To Recover From Covid

by Paul Cashmere

Chantoozies singer Tottie Goldsmith has been released from the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne after being treated for Covid-19.

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The Chantoozies at Pure Gold Live 2015. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http://www.noise11.com

The Chantoozies’ Tottie Goldsmith In Hospital After Testing Positive For Covid

by Paul Cashmere

Tottie Goldmsith of Chantoozies is in the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne after testing positive to Covid-19.

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Leo Sayer photo by Ros OGorman

Melbourne In Lockdown Brings Leo Sayer’s ‘My City In Lockdown’ Back In Focus

by Paul Cashmere

Leo Sayer paid tribute to Melbourne’s 112-day Covid lockdown in 2020 with a song that articulated the feelings of Melbourians. ‘My City In Lockdown’ was created for the people of Melbourne.

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Because the Night at the Malthouse Theatre

The Malthouse’s ‘Because The Night’ Immersion Experience Could Be Theatre’s Future

by Bronwyn Robinson

Its 2021 and we are back at the theatre … but its different. ‘Because The Night’ has jumped forward in time with a production that immerses the audience into the story. The ‘choose your own adventure’ aspect of the performance makes it something you may want to see again, just to see an alternative perspective.

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Monique Dimattina

Melbourne’s Monique Dimattina Creates Album In Lockdown

by Noise11.com

Melbourne musician Monique Dimattina spend lockdown creating a new album. The result is ‘Tides’.

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Brian Cadd APIA Good Times Tour 2015

Brunswick Ballroom Is Melbourne’s Newest Music Venue

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne is about to have a new music venue. Brunswick Ballroom, inspired by the Continental Café in Prahran in the 90s, will kick off with its first gig on 25 February.

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Come From Away photo by Jeff Busby

‘Come From Away’ Is Even More Potent In A Covid World

by Paul Cashmere

‘Come From Away’ is one of the most powerful theatre shows of the 21st century. Now, as Australia returns to a Covid norm after 2020, the impact of this show has increased substantially.

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RMH Scrub Choir

Dr Emma O’Brien and Royal Melbourne Hospital Scrub Choir Debut Christmas Song

by Paul Cashmere

The Royal Melbourne Hospital Scrub Choir is going viral again. This time it is with the Christmas song ‘We Wish You’.

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Leo Sayer performs at Hamer Hall on Friday 24 June 2016.

Watch Leo Sayer Recite His Poem For The Roadies

by Paul Cashmere

Leo Sayer has poked his head in front of a camera to recite a poem to honour the roadies, the backbone of the live music industry.

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Drummer Queens

Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane To Debut Drummer Queens

by Paul Cashmere

Drummer Queens, a new original Australian theatre production, will premiere for performances in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in 2021.

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Courtney Barnett band

Courtney Barnett To Stream Concert From Melbourne In Cinemas Globally

by Paul Cashmere

Courtney Barnett will perform from the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne for a global event that will stream live to cinemas all over the world on 17 December.

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Festival Hall Melbourne

Hillsong Church Buys Festival Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Hillsong Church now owns Melbourne’s icon Festival Hall, the venue where Ian Dury sang ‘Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll’, Ozzy Osbourne sang ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’ and the Sex Pistols played. So did those evil Beatles who had that sinister band member Lennon who once said they were “bigger than Jesus”. Hallelejah!

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Something For Kate photo by Ros O'Gorman

Something For Kate Announce Details Of First Album in Eight Years

by Paul Cashmere

Something for Kate will released ‘The Modern Medieval’, their first album in eight years in November.

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The Casanovas

The Casanovas Influences Aren’t Quite What They Seem

by Paul Cashmere

The Casanovas are often aligned with AC/DC as a pub rock band but Damo Campbell and Tommy Boyce think otherwise.

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Leo Sayer photo by Ros OGorman

Leo Sayer Sends Heartfelt Message To Melbourne With ‘My City In Lockdown

by Paul Cashmere

Leo Sayer has written one of his most poignant songs ever with a message for Melbourne ‘My City In Lockdown’.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commision Mint Condition

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission Perform Mint Condition For Drama Series

by Paul Cashmere

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission has recorded a new song called ‘Mint Condition’, inspired by a Short Form drama series of the same name.

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Cherry Bar Owner, James Young at the unveiling of the Bon Scott Sculpture in AC/DC Lane Melbourne. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Op-Ed: Melbourne Venue Owner James Young’s Plea To The Victorian Government

by James Young

When the proposed Victorian Lockdown Laws were initially proposed it was the live music sector that was hit first and hit the hardest.

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Robbie Williams Heavy Entertainment Tour at Rod Laver Arena on Saturday 24 February 2018. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Robbie Williams World Tour Melbourne Show Cancelled

by Paul Cashmere

Robbie Williams World Tour concert for the Grand Prix in Melbourne has been cancelled.

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Miley Cyrus Bangerz Tour. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Miley Cyrus Scraps Melbourne Grand Prix Show Because of Coronavirus

by Paul Cashmere

Miley Cyrus has pulled out of her performance for the Melbourne Grand Prix this week because of Caronavirus.

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TISM’s Entire Catalogue Is Now On Spotify

by Tim Cashmere

TISM – arguably Australia’s most iconic slice of the alternative underground – are on Spotify and Australians aged 35 to 45 are rejoicing!

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra - photo by Daniel Aulsebrook

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra To Raise Funds For Red Cross

by Tim Cashmere

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will dedicate the first of three free concerts to the Red Cross, they announced today.

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Melbourne Ska Orchestra

Memo Music Hall’s New Years Eve Party To Feature Melbourne Ska Orchestra

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne Ska Orchestra will be the party band for the end of year performance at Memo Music Hall in St Kilda.

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Liam Gallagher Sound Cut During Final Melbourne Song

by Tim Cashmere

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher was mid-way through his former Oasis hit Supersonic last night when the power was cut.

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Ani DiFranco Returns To Australia For The First Time In Ten Years

by Tim Cashmere

American neo-folk artist Ani DiFranco will return to Australia for the first time in a decade with a quick run of shows across the country.

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Strange James

Jolt Sonic Festival To Bring All Aussie Line-up to Footscray with Copy That, Copy Cat

by Paul Cashmere

Thembi Soddell, Elision, Emily Bennet and Cat Hope in her duo Super Aluminium with Lisa MacKinney are just some of the Aussie acts set to perform at Copy That, Copy Cat for the Jolt Sonic Festival 2019 in the Melbourne suburb of Footscray.

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Sisto Malaspina

Daniel Andrews confirms State Funeral for Sisto Malaspina

by Paul Cashmere

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed that there will be a State Funeral for Melbourne icon Sisto Malaspina who was murdered by terrorist Hassan Kalif Shire Ali on Friday afternoon.

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The Age Music Victoria Music Awards were announced Wednesday night at the Melbourne Recital Centre and once again confirmed why Melbourne is Australia's music capital.

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The Victorian government is once again leading the Arts community with support for The Age Music Victoria Awards. Premier Daniel Andrews has announced a $10,000 cash prize for Best Victorian Album.

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Victorian Government Creates ‘Ticket Cop’ Police Force

The Australian music industry has had another victory this week in Victoria with the pro-active Dan Andrew’s Labor Government announcing new legislation to create a force of ‘ticket cops’ to enforce the illegal sale tickets at inflated prices.

May 2, 2018
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Victorian Government Opens Third Round of Good Neighbours Grants

The Andrews’ Victorian Government is offering the third round of grants for the Good Neighbours program.

April 3, 2018
Daniel Andrews and Martin Foley with Michael Gudinski and Molly Meldrum
ALP’s Daniel Andrews And Martin Foley Back Music In Victoria

Australian Labor Party leader Daniel Andrews and Shadow Minister for Arts and Youth Affairs Martin Foley have promised a $22.2 million funding package for the local music industry in Victoria.

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Graeme Bell. photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo
Australian Jazz Bell Award Winners Announced

The Australian Jazz Bell Awards celebrated its 10th anniversary with a gala dinner and awards ceremony last night at Melbourne’s Plaza Ballroom.

May 4, 2012