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WHOEVER said famous feuding folksters Simon & Garfunkel were unfashionable? Or evergreen 72-year-old British pop legend Cliff Richard for that matter. more »
SOME Lone Ranger has won the 26th annual Gozzy Rock competition for emerging WA bands, run by the City of Gosnells. more »
LISTENING to Cheryl Lim’s ethereal music is akin to unlocking a secret diary. more »
YOU know you’re in for an interesting night when you arrive at Perth Arena and the first thing you see is a guy in a Guns'N'Roses shirt being removed from the premises in handcuffs. more »
ALL music lovers can name a song that touched their soul in their youth. more »
A WORLD of opportunity awaits young Victoria Park soprano Brianna Louwen. more »
THERE is no better introduction to Perth Arena than a KISS concert. You simply can't top it. Five years since their last visit and 30 years after their first, they remain one of the must-see live bands in the world. more »
THEY are often praised for possessing angelic voices and hailed by their legions of fans as goddesses, so it’s only fitting that Seeker Lover Keeper are taking their soaring, ethereal vocals on a national tour of churches and cathedrals. more »
WHAT do Sydney folk-indie darlings Boy & Bear have in common with a 1973 low-budget film about truckers battling a Nazi hiding out in Mexico?
ROCK n' rollers aren't renowned for following rules or playing it safe - and Boom Crash Opera's frontman Dale Ryder is no exception.
ROCK royalty Bon Scott means a lot of things to a lot of Acca Dacca fans.
DESPITE the name of the band being inspired by a Bob Dylan single from 1966, Rainy Day Women frontman Dylan Ollivierre said the similarities did not mean he liked the song. more »
AUSSIE indie band du jour The Jezabels are a collision of musical contrasts.
ELICITING a sense of mystery and marvel - like a well-crafted Agatha Christie whodunit - John Patterson of The Grates is keeping closed-lipped about his band's 'secret rituals.'
Channelling the pop-rock echo of Canada's favourite singer-songwriter Bryan Adams, the 36-year-old country boy from Condobolin is back with his fourth true-blue offering, A Million Suns.
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