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WHEN soulful singer Karise Eden was crowned inaugural winner of reality talent show The Voice Australia, the public became acquainted with more than just her gift for music. more »
REVELLERS from the ‘70s and ‘80s will fondly remember the days when you could pop down the pub for a cold beer, be guaranteed a sweaty, rocking performance and walk away at the end of the night knowing you got your money’s worth. more »
AUSTRALIAN musician Ash Grunwald is celebrating the release of his new album Trouble’s Door with a national tour, including a stop in Fremantle at the Fly by Night Club in November. more »
CONSIDERING the legendary status of Goodbye Tiger – Sydney rock n’ roller Richard Clapton’s landmark 1977 album considered one of Australia’s finest – it’s startling to hear that chaos and cynicism surrounded its making. more »
DAMIEN Leith has an album and tour to spruik – not that you would know it. more »
COULD she be Australia’s answer to American music megastar Taylor Swift? more »
WHAT does Woodvale WAAPA classical vocal student Daniel Mullaney have in common with ethereal female pop-folk trio Seeker Lover Keeper, wunderkind Lisa Mitchell and inaugural The Voice Australia winner Karise Eden? more »
IF you enjoy the kind of chills down your spine that you get from a powerful and pitch-perfect live musical performance, then you’re in for a treat with Naya Chorale. more »
FREMANTLE music lovers will have a taste of musical royalty next month when Emmy Award-winner Toni Childs brings her Because You’re Beautiful tour to the Fly by Night Club. more »
SOPRANO Emma Matthews has gone mad – all for the sake of her beloved art. more »
AT the end of every second day, Monique Montez researches Dusty Springfield to find out something new about the bee-hived London songstress dubbed ‘the white queen of soul’.
MUSICIAN Eli Wolfe is returning to WA after a world tour to launch his new EP Cards are on the Table at Mojos Bar tomorrow. more »
WHEN Charlie Jones first heard late Hawaiian musician Israel Kamakwiwo’ole’s cover of Judy Garland’s signature song Somewhere Over the Rainbow, a little stringed instrument stole her heart.
MUSICIAN Freya Hanly is returning home to WA for a number of performances as part of her solo acoustic tour, including a show at the XWray Café on Saturday. more »
A SHOWCASE for emerging light-classical music stars of the future was provided at Feast of Favourites to an appreciative Morning Melodies audience at His Majesty's Theatre on April 18. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.