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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 »
CALIFORNIAN songwriter Steve Poltz will be lighting up the stage at the Fly Trap next month in the only Perth stop of his Australian tour. more »
THE Littlest Fox has snuck out of the classroom and into the recording studio, but the band members can be awarded full marks for doing their homework. more »
EVER since setting aside his clarinet and stepping up to the conductor’s podium, Christopher Dragon’s star has been firmly on the rise. more »
MOST of us have a childhood memory of standing in front of the mirror with hairbrush in hand blaring out the words to our favourite song. more »
SOME five years ago, an old share-house in Daglish became the unlikely birthplace of an exciting new breed of young musicians. more »
AMID the current woes of the world – from the European financial crisis to the recent flood disasters again wreaking havoc on our rural communities – music provides us with a welcome diversion from the plight of the planet. more »
TRUE blue Aussie balladeer John Williamson has amassed more awards throughout his decorated 40-plus year career than he cares to mention. more »
THE Big Day Out’s 20th anniversary saw the Perth and final leg of the tour go in a noticeably smaller direction this year, minus east-coast headliners Hilltop Hoods and Kanye West along with a venue change to McCallum Park. more »
THE sparkly and fresh stage Rod Stewart and his band perform on could be compared to an Australian Idol or Young Talent Time set. more »
MOST second generation fans such as myself have heard great and often hazy tales about the extravaganza that is a Pink Floyd concert.
WHEN seasoned Perth singer-songwriter Ian Lilburne made a mid-life sojourn to sleepy northern Italy two years ago, he developed a weakness for the Italian alcoholic aperitif Campari.
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.