With his solo career now tipping the 10-year mark, Bernard Fanning has firmly cemented his…
So let’s get serious here… decontaminate the earth of all the superfluous crap floating around.…
She’s just finishing her national tour in support of debut EP ‘House Of Horrors’. Get to know the music of Adelaide chanteuse MANE as she describes her EP this track-by-track.
Simone Young & Mahler saw an internationally respected conductor join forces with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
It was the era that fashion apparently forgot, although there were many at the Thebarton…
Seven international stars from the 1980s took to the stage in a burst of nostalgia for Totally 80s at Thebarton Theatre. See the full gallery here.
It’s been a mammoth year of celebrations for Jimmy Barnes commencing with the induction of…
Holden dealerships across Adelaide will come alive to the sound of music on Saturday as Adelaide guitarists fill six Holden showrooms with the sweet strumming of the world’s favorite instrument.
Prepare to be haunted by a voice only an Englishman could possess. James Blake is on his way to Adelaide, with countryman and Thom Yorke collaborator Max Pritchard joining him.
Take four talented young performers with musical and theatre backgrounds, introduce them to the music of the 60’s and give them the chance to harmonise, then sit back and enjoy the result.
Adelaide is about to get swamped with live music starting this Friday when Umbrella: Winter City Sounds takes over the city. Here’s your guide to navigate the glut of talent.
Because sometimes, we need something we can bring the family along to… this live show is something you’re unlikely to have seen in Adelaide ever before.
The Adelaide Reclink Community Cup returns for it’s second year pitting local Musicians against infamous media personalities in an AFL match full of heart, which are more important than skills.
Leo Sayer and Lulu have a lot of musical mileage between them. Not bad thing. The 2 British singers have a litany of hit songs stretching back to the 1960’s.
One of the biggest and best musical parties in the country is back in Adelaide this Saturday. But you already knew that, because you’ve got your ticket… right?
Exhilarating and charismatic Melbourne rockers The Delta Riggs put on another fantastic live show.
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.
This performance was to celebrate the150th anniversary of the Adelaide Town Hall.
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.