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The Angels Pass The Pub Test With Nick Norton

by Paul Cashmere

When Dave Gleeson stepped down from his 12 year stint as lead singer of The Angels, Nick Norton had some big shoes to fill. Much like the big shoes Dave had to fill after the final departure of Doc Neeson.

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Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick photo by Winston Robinson

Cheap Trick Have Been Playing A Unique Set At Every Show In Australia

by Paul Cashmere

Cheap Trick are touring Australia again for Red Hot Summer in 2024 and for Cheap Trick fans, the setlist in quite the roulette wheel.

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Cheap Trick Play Their First Red Hot Summer Show

by Paul Cashmere

Series Three of the Red Hot Summer tour for 2024 has kicked off in Port Macquarie with Cheap Trick back in Australia for their 10th tour.

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Suzi Quatro at One Electric Day Victor Harbour 5 November 2022

Suzi Quatro Wants Alice Cooper To Sing On Her Next Record

by Paul Cashmere

Suzi Quatro has 15 songs ready to record on her next album and she wants Alice Cooper to sing a duet with her on the record.

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Rick Nielsen photo Ros O'Gorman, noise11

Cheap Trick and The Angels Pair Up For A Stack of Red Hot Summer Sideshows

by Paul Cashmere

Cheap Trick and The Angels will pair off for a series of sideshows as well as their Red Hot Summer dates in 2023.

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Red Hot Summer 2024 Season 3

Red Hot Summer Series Three Has Suzi Quatro and Cheap Trick

by Paul Cashmere

Suzi Quatro and Cheap Trick will return to Australia in 2024 to perform for series three of Red Hot Summer.

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The Angels Give Dave Gleeson Award for Services To The Band

by Paul Cashmere

What do you call it when you get an award from The Angels? We can’t call him Sir David Gleeson, maybe Saint David Gleeson would be appropriate?

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The Angels at The Palais St Kilda Symphony of Angels 23 June 2023 photo by Bron Robinson

The Angels and Australian Stage Orchestra Present Symphony of Angels #REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels and the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra have performed the show originally set for November 2022 on Friday 23 June 2023.

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John Brewster of The Angels with the guitar made by his son Sam

The Angels Are Heading To Their 50th Anniversary in 2024

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels have the big Five-Ohhh coming up in 2024 but the exact date is a bit rubbery.

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Dave Gleeson Sends Shivers Though The Fabulous Caprettos

by Paul Cashmere

Soon to be departing Angels singer Dave Gleeson is giving supergroup The Fabulous Caprettos a ‘helping hand’ with shows in January 2024.

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Dave Gleeson of The Angels Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Screaming Jets Add More Dates To The Rock Vault Tour

by Paul Cashmere

The Screaming Jets will head out for more shows expanding the 30th Anniversary of the ‘All For One’ album with the Rock Vault Tour.

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

The Angels Add Brewster Brothers Song To Upcoming Orchestra Shows

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels have once again recruited composer, orchestrator Rob John to write a new score for a Brewster Brothers song to be included in the upcoming Symphony of Angels shows by The Angels.

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Dave Gleeson of The Angels Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Dave Gleeson Stands Down From The Angels, Nick Norton Steps Up

by Paul Cashmere

After 12 years fronting both The Angels and The Screaming Jets, Dave Gleeson is stepping away from The Angels.

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

Brewster Brothers To Perform Angels Rarities

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels’ co-founders John and Rick Brewster (aka The Brewster Brothers), will perform Angels rarities over April.

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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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Jon Stevens of Noiseworks photo by Bron Robinson

One Electric Day Delivers Another Classic Rock Day With Noiseworks, The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets

by Paul Cashmere

One Electric Day Mornington may have been challenged by weather but when you put together a line-up of heritage Australian rock bands, the fan feast was all that mattered.

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Jon Stevens, Noiseworks, Stone Music Festival, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Noiseworks Continue To Break New Songs Into Setlist With Another One Electric Day This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere

Imagine this. A kid born the same day Noiseworks ‘Love Verses Money’ album came out is now 31. Last Friday Noiseworks released their fourth album ‘Evolution’ and gave their 31 year old kid a brother.

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Noiseworks lead singer Jon Stevens performs at the Red Hot Summer tour in Mornington at the Mornington Racecourse. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Noiseworks Perform First Show Since 2016 For One Electric Day

by Paul Cashmere

Noiseworks have performed their first show since 2016 for One Electric Day and as a tribute to their late guitarist, Stuart Fraser.

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

Hunters & Collectors To Play Final Shows For Red Hot Summer This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere

Hunters & Collectors will finish up what was meant to be a 10 week reunion but ended up going almost three years this weekend for Duane McDonald’s Red Hot Summer tour.

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Suzi Quatro, Noise11, Photo

One Electric Day Bribie Island Is A Sell-Out

by Paul Cashmere

Music fans have lapped up Duane McDonald’s Suzi Quatro One Electric Day dates with the Sandstone Point Hotel event at Bribie Island the latest sell-out for the 2022 season.

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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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Suzi Quatro, Noise11, Photo

One Electric Day Werribee Park Is A Sell-Out

by Paul Cashmere

Duane McDonald’s One Electric Day has another sell-out for 2022. The Werribee Park show headlined by Suzi Quatro is now at capacity.

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Suzi Quatro, Noise11, Photo

The One Electric Day Pre-Sale Opened Today

by Paul Cashmere

Fans who want to guarantee their spot at One Electric Day in November can grab pre-sale tickets from today.

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Suzi Quatro, Noise11, Photo

One Electric Day 2022 Revealed: Suzi Quatro To Headline, Noiseworks To Reform

by Paul Cashmere

Suzi Quatro will return to Australia for her 34th tour for Duane McDonald’s One Electric Day in November, and as a bonus you’ll also have Noiseworks reform for the event.

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Dave Gleeson of The Angels Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Angels Postpone This Weekend’s Shows After Dave Gleeson Catches Covid

by Paul Cashmere

The Angels have been forced to postpone two shows this weekend after singer Dave Gleeson came down with Covid.

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

Red Hot Summer Turns Hunters & Collectors Reunion Into Three Year Event

by Paul Cashmere

When Hunters & Collectors reformed for Red Hot Summer in 2020 it was meant to be a few months on the road and then all back to the day jobs. With the pandemic and the lockdowns, we can thank Duane McDonald’s Red Hot Summer festival for giving us a much longer H&C incarnation.

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