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Tim Rogers Resurrects The Twin Set For A Debut Album Bookend

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Rogers first solo album ‘What Rhymes with Cars and Girls’ was released in 1999 as Tim Rogers & The Twin Set. Now 23 years later, he has created the bookend ‘Tines of Stars Unfurled’.

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Adalita performs at the Reclink Community Cup Elsternwick Park Melbourne on Sunday 21 June 2015. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Adilita Will Perform ‘Tumbling Dice’ At ‘Exile On Main Street’ 50th Anniversary Concert in Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Magic Dirt singer Adalita has put her hand up to perform The Rolling Stones’ classic ‘Tumbling Dice’ at the ‘Exile On Main Street’ 50th anniversary show.

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Ellen Foley

Ellen Foley Sidelined With Covid And Out of Ian Hunter Birthday Show

by Paul Cashmere

Ellen Foley will miss the event performing the songs of Ian Hunter at the City Winery in New York this weekend after coming down with Covid.

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Ellen Foley

Ellen Foley Performed The Clash At Her New York Show

by Paul Cashmere

Ellen Foley promised to perform two Clash songs at her recent New York City show. She said upfront one of them was ‘Hitsville UK’. It turned out the other was ‘Torchlight’ and it was equally hers as theirs.

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The Hard-Ons with Tim Rogers photo by Michelle Young of Lantern Studio

Covid Derails The Hard-Ons

by Paul Cashmere

The Hard-Ons first national tour with Tim Rogers on vocals has stalled with one of the band members testing positive to Covid.

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Rolling Stones Exile On Main Street

Tim Rogers, Adalita and Tex Perkins To Tour Exile On Main Street

by Paul Cashmere

After performing the Rolling Stones classic ‘Sticky Fingers’, Tim Rogers of You Am I, Adalita from Magic Dirt and Tex Perkins of Cruel Sea will take ‘Exile On Main Street’ on tour to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stones release.

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The Hard-Ons at the Link and Pink Woy Woy photo by Mark Fraser

The Hard-Ons Slipped The Sausage In Woy Woy

by Paul Cashmere

The new line-up of The Hard-Ons, featuring You Am I’s Tim Rogers on vocals, played their first live show last Friday in New South Wales under the name Clandestine Sausage.

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The Hard-Ons with Tim Rogers photo by Michelle Young of Lantern Studio

Hard-Ons With Tim Rogers Debut ‘Lite As A Feather’ Video

by Paul Cashmere

Here is the video for the new Hard-Ons song ‘Lite As A Feather’ with Tim Rogers on vocals.

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The Hard-Ons with Tim Rogers photo by Michelle Young of Lantern Studio

Tim Rogers Joins The Hard-Ons

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Rogers has joined The Hard-Ons. I’ll say that again … Tim Rogers has joined The Hard-Ons … and just incase you didn’t hear the first two times Tim Rogers has joined The Hard-Ons.

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You Am I

You Am I’s 11th Album Is On The Way

by Paul Cashmere

You Am I have been busy knocking out a new album. The first taste of what is to come is a song called ‘The Waterboy’, inspired by a song from The Waterboys.

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Mick Thomas Roving Commission

Mick Thomas Covers Cold Chisel

by Paul Cashmere

Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission has covered the Cold Chisel classic ‘Forever Now’ to raise funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.

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Bernard Fanning, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Make It Rain Sells Out, But Online Auction Still On

by Tim Cashmere

Byron Bay’s two-night bushfire benefit gig Make It Rain has sold out both nights, but fans can still bid for a piece of memorabilia to help raise money.

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Tim Rogers, Davey Lane and Ash Naylor Present Tommy Live at Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

You Am I’s Tim Rogers has gathered his contemporaries to become Captain Walker’s Unborn Children for a complete performance of Pete Townshend’s classic rock opera Tommy this weekend.

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Memo Music Hall to Host a Complete Performance of The Who’s ‘Tommy’

by Paul Cashmere

The Who’s classic rock opera Tommy will be performed at Memo Music Hall in its entirety in June.

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

New Music Releases for 8 March 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Major new titles coming this week from: Buckcherry, H.E.R., Maren Morris, Amanda Palmer, Paul Weller (Live), Foals, Kerser, James Morrison (UK), Dido, Flight of the Conchords (Live), Sigrid, Tim Rogers, Juice WRLD, Sasami, Mick Thomas, Celtic Woman, David Bridie, Townes Van Zandt and David Gray.

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Tim Rogers performs on the Easy Fever show at the Forum in Melbourne on Tuesday 19 December 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Tim Rogers to join Alejandro Escovedo’s Band for Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Texan guitar legend Alejandro Escovedo will have the musical expertise of You Am I’s Tim Rogers on his upcoming Australian tour.

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Broderick Smith Man Out Of Time

Port Fairy Folk Festival Lines Up Broderick Smith, Stars, Renee Geyer, Tim Rogers

by Noise11.com

The Port Fairy Folk Festival for 2019 has announced its line-up with Broderick Smith returning to live performance as well as Renee Geyer, Tim Rogers and Stars also on the bill.

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The Beatles White Album

The Beatles White Album Concert Performed Live By Australian Rockers

by Karen Freedman

The imaginatively titled, The Beatles, more commonly referred to as the White Album, will be 50 years old this November.

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EasyFever with Tim, Chris, Phil, Tex and Kram at the Forum Theatre Melbourne. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

All Star EasyFever Supergroup Keeps The Easybeats Alive

by Paul Cashmere

When promoter Marc Christowski put together an Australian supergroup to honour the music of Vanda & Young and The Easybeats he went top shelf.

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Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers Cancels Byron Due To Rain

by Paul Cashmere

Tim Rogers has cancelled his Byron Bay show tonight because of the floods and torrential rain in Queensland.

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra: David Bowie Nothing Has Changed

David Bowie Nothing Has Changed Locked In For Melbourne Festival

by Paul Cashmere

‘David Bowie Nothing Has Changed’, featuring iOTA, Tim Rogers, Steve Kilbey, Deborah Conway & Adalita and backed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, will be performed at Hamer Hall for two nights of the Melbourne Festival in October.

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Record Store Day

Greville Records Melbourne To Host Bowie Day For Record Store Day

by Paul Cashmere

Greville Records in the Melbourne of Prahran will put on Bowie Day for Record Store Day on April 16.

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David Bowie

Rogers, Kilbey, Conway, Adalita To Perform Bowie With Sydney Symphony Orchestra

by Paul Cashmere

Amanda Pelman has put together some amazing talent including Tim Rogers, Steve Kilbey, Deborah Conway and Adalita with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra to pay tribute to David Bowie in May.

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Davey Lane photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Hear Davey Lane’s Experiment Stu Mackenzie and Tim Rogers Collaborations

by Paul Cashmere

Davey Lane is releasing a double A-side single featuring what he calls “experimental” collaborations with Stu Mackenzie of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard and his You Am I frontman Tim Rogers.

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iHeartRadio Music News Powered By Noise11.com Turns One

by Paul Cashmere

After serving up over 1000 songs and talking to 100 artists iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com has reached its first anniversary.

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You Am I To Perform With The Replacements In London

by Paul Cashmere

Australia’s You Am I are heading off to London later this week for shows in London with The Replacements.

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