Naomi Price IS Adele in the joyous “Rumour Has It”.
An political campaign is looming, but it’s not our Federal game of point the finger. It instead is being driven by Aussie hip-hop icon Seth Sentry as part of his ‘1969 Campaign Trail’ tour, at The Gov soon.
Rock legends and ARIA Hall of Famers, Radio Birdman, played to an expected full house at the Gov on Sunday June 12th in what was a powerhouse of twin guitar attack.
Despite the Saturday night crowd being a bit disengaged, Elizabeth Rose is a strong character and put on a quality show at Fat Controller over the weekend.
Screening for one night only on 25 June, this is a documentary & filmed screening of a live presentation of the Berlin Philharmonic under Sir Simon Rattle.
Looking for a musical highlight this weekend? Look no further than Elizabeth Rose at Fat Controller this Saturday.
The Adelaide Youth Orchestra will be the showcase this coming Tuesday as the Adelaide Town Hall marries the classics with young talent as part of their 150 year celebrations.
Adelaide’s Jive played host to indigenous artist Thelma Plum and her rhythmic indie sounds over…
One of Australia’s upcoming pop chanteuse, Olympia, showed The Producers Bar why she is going to be one of the finest voices to keep an eye on live heading into the summer touring circuit.
Kristian Nairn aka HODOR has returned from the dead and will be heading down under this October, holding the door open for some of the most anticipated gatherings since the beheading of Eddard Stark.
Created by Nathaniel Stookey and originally narrated by Lemony Snicket, The Composer Is Dead is a vehicle to introduce children to various musical instruments.
Melbourne chanteuse Olympia simply has creativity in her blood, and talks inspiration with Glam ahead of her Saturday date at The Producers Bar.
Hindley St isn’t just for eating and drinking. Cafe/Wine Bar DEW will host a live music pop up this Friday night in collaboration with local music crew, Shopfront.
German electronic giants Digitalism open their Australian tour and the long weekend at Fat Controller this Thursday night.
Iconic Indigenous 80s South Australian act No Fixed Address were inducted into the SA Music Hall Of Fame last week with a stirring performance to boot.
Finally, after a 35 year wait, the one and only Culture Club stopped by little old Adelaide to play their first Australian show of the tour show to a VERY receptive and appreciative crowd.
Funny man, Frank Woodley is coming to Adelaide with a whodunit with a difference and he’s involving our own Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
In a monster bill, both complementary and inspiring, You Am I, Something For Kate and Spiderbait will team up for the first time for an onslaught through a day on the green wineries in November.
The Elder Conservatorium of Music showcased some of its students in an evening of Latin, Classical and original compositions.
The Gov was the perfect venue to host the smooth soul sounds of the long-lived Pointer Sisters enterprise, now into its 5th decade.