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Neil Finn Busks At An Auckland Market

by Paul Cashmere

Neil Finn did a round of busking at an Auckland market last week. Well, sort of. Neil surprised shoppers at Coatsville Market in Auckland last Sunday when he and fellow Split Enz member Eddie Rayner knocked out the three songs ‘Distant Sun’, ‘Don’t Dream Its Over’ and ‘I Got You’.

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Coterie

COTERIE Continue To Be One Of Australia’s Most Played Acts On Radio

by Paul Cashmere

With the first airplay charts of 2024 now coming through Perth indie act COTERIE has one of the most played songs on Australian radio at the start of the year with ‘Paradise’.

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Lorde Melodrama

Lorde Teases New Music For 2024

by Music-News.com

Lorde has explained when fans can expect her new music.

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Watch Historic Footage of Split Enz Circa 1992

by Paul Cashmere

On 10 December 1992, Split Enz gathered at The Wynyard Tavern in Auckland to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their first performance.

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Tim Finn Puts A Lot Of Stuff and Nonsense Into First Tour in Eight Year

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Finn has put a lot of work into his first tour since 2015 which I imagine has to be more than just the six ‘The Life and Times of Tim Finn’ shows in Australia and New Zealand.

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Tim Finn Escapade

Tim Finn’s Solo Debut ‘Escapade’ Turns 40

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Finn says “raise a glass” today and celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of his debut solo album ‘Escapade’.

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Andy White and Tim Finn

Tim Finn and Andy White Premiere ‘Three Sheep Grazing’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Finn and Andy White have a new video for the ‘AT’ album track ‘Three Sheep Grazing’.

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Tim Finn photo by Ros O'Gorman

Tim Finn To Perform The Lives And Times of Tim Finn For Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Finn is putting a band together to take his recorded career out on the road for three shows in September.

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Neil Finn of Crowded House photo by Ros O'Gorman

More Previously Unreleased Crowded House Footage Surfaces

by Paul Cashmere

Split Enz/Crowded House and Skyhoods archivist Peter Green has added more rare and previously unseen footage of Crowded House in London in 1992.

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Split Enz Mental Notes

Noel Crombie of Split Enz and Peter Garrett of Midnight Oil Turn 70

by Paul Cashmere

Happy 70th to Noel Crombie, an early member of Split Enz and Peter Garrett of Midnight Oil.

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Split Enz at Rod Laver Arena Melbourne 11 June 2006

Historic Unseen Footage Of Split Enz Just Released To YouTube

by Paul Cashmere

Previously unseen rehearsal footage of Split Enz from 2009 has just been uploaded to YouTube.

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Andy White and Tim Finn

Andy White And Tim Finn Are Where Its At

by Paul Cashmere

Andy White and Tim Finn were still working out the pronunciation of their latest project AT right up to the day the album was released.

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Andy White and Tim Finn

Andy White and Tim Finn Premiere ‘The Happiness Index’

by Paul Cashmere

Songwriters Andy White and Tim Finn have reunited to created a tongue-in-cheek musical commentary of the United Nations World Happiness Report with the song ‘The Happiness Report’.

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ZZ Top, Melbourne, Australia, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

New Zealand’s Whitianga Concert With ZZ Top, Stone Temple Pilots, Pat Benatar Cancelled

by Paul Cashmere

New Zealand’s Whitianga Summer Concert featuring ZZ Top, Pat Benatar, Stone Temple Pilots and The Angels has been cancelled due to the flooding in the North Island.

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The Clean

Hamish Kilgour of The Clean Found Dead In New Zealand

by Paul Cashmere

Hamish Kilgour, the co-founder of New Zealand band The Clean, has been found dead in Christchurch.

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Margaret Urlich

New Zealand’s Margaret Urlich Has Passed Away At Age 57

by Paul Cashmere

New Zealand singer Margaret Urlich has lost a two and a half year battle with cancer at the age of 57.

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The Angels play Palms Crown Casino on Friday 27 October 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Angels To Play New Zealand With ZZ Top, Stone Temple Pilots and Pat Benetar

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels will head to New Zealand in February 2023 for a show with ZZ Top, Stone Temple Pilots and Pat Benetar & Neil Giraldo.

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Elton John photo by Ros O'Gorman

Elton John To Resume Farewell Yellow Brick Road Dates In Australia and New Zealand in January 2023

by Paul Cashmere

Sir Elton John will return for his final Australian dates of the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in January 2023.

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Vanessa Picken photo from Sony Music

Vanessa Picken To Lead Sony Music Australia and New Zealand

by Paul Cashmere

Sony Music has appointed Vanessa Picken music executive and entrepreneur Vanessa Picken to lead its Australia and New Zealand team.

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Albo and his NZ vinyl collection

Anthony Albanese and Jacinda Ardern Gift Each Other Music

by Paul Cashmere

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese have been giving the gift of music to each other this week.

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Neil Finn of Crowded House photo by Ros O'Gorman

Crowded House Reschedule A Day On the Green Shows

by Paul Cashmere

Crowded House will be back in November for make-up gigs in Australia including their postponed shows for A Day On The Green.

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Richard Clapton band early 70s with Red McKelvie in the Middle

One Time Richard Clapton Guitarist Red McKelvie Has Passed Away

by Paul Cashmere

Red McKelvie, the New Zealand born guitarist for Richard Clapton’s debut album ‘Prussian Blue’ has died.

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Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs with Teddy Toi (left)

Teddy Toi of Billy Thorpe and The Aztecs and Max Merritt and The Meteors Has Died At 82

by Paul Cashmere

Bass player Teddy Toi, a one-time member of Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs and Max Merritt & The Meteors, has passed away on 18 April 2022 at age 82.

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Lorde, Ian Laidlaw, Photo

Lorde Sorry To Postpone North American Dates

by Music-News.com

Lorde is “so, so sorry” to have postponed dates on her ‘Solar Power’ tour.

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Melbourne New Orleans Jazz Band With Paul Marks

The Historic Record Recording ‘Paul Marks Live At Christchurch Folk Club’ Released In ARCA Series

by Paul Cashmere

The ongoing Desk Tape releases from Australian Road Crew Association (ACRA) continues with the historic records of Paul Marks Live At The Christchurch Folk Club.

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Keith Urban, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne 2014 photo by Ros O'Gorman

Keith Urban Releases New Song ‘Nightfalls’

by Music-News.com

Keith Urban has released his euphoric new song, ‘Nightfalls’.

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Tim Finn and Eddie Rayner of Forenzics

Sam Neill Is A Fan Of Forenzics

by Paul Cashmere

Award winning actor Sam Neill is a fan of Forenzics. Forenzics, if you look closely at the name as ENZ in the middle. It features former Split Enz members Tim Finn and Eddie Rayner and Noel Crombie as well as one time Split Enz producer and former Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera.

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Ed Sheeran photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ed Sheeran To Tour Australia and New Zealand In 2023

by Paul Cashmere

Ed Sheeran will return to Australia and New Zealand in 2023.

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Eddie Raynor of Split Enz and Forenzics

The Day Eddie Rayner of Split Enz Was Called To Work By Paul McCartney

by Paul Cashmere

Eddie Rayner, the keyboard player for Split Enz and currently working on the project Forenzics with Tim Finn, recalls the day the phone rang and it was Paul McCartney at the other end recruiting him for work.

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Dragon

Dragon Issue Scathing Statement After Morrison Tries to “Humanise” Himself With Their Song

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian Prime Minister’s latest stunt performing the classic ‘April Sun In Cuba’ on a ukulele for ’60 Minutes’ has earned him scorn from the song’s creators Dragon.

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