Scene News: The Screaming Jets New Album ‘Gotcha Covered’ Out Now

July 31, 2018 Scene News

GOTCHA COVERED was largely inspired by the band’s favourite radio hits of the last 50+ years, and songs that evoke nostalgic reference to the past. The Screaming Jets salute an eclectic collection of Aussie artists with their own trademark interpretation of songs from The Easybeats, Men At Work, Paul Kelly, The Angels, You Am I, Hoodoo Gurus, INXS and AC/DC, just to name a few. […]

Q&A Scene: Guitarists Special – Brian Campeau

July 31, 2018 Mandy Hall

For the Sydney Guitar Festival, Brian will be arranging music for a unique performance where the audience is to be blindfolded.

After receiving rave reviews from his SOLD OUT SGF 2017 performance, Brian returns for his victory lap with ‘Get Blind with Brian! The Sequel.’ […]

Scene News: Richard Marx will return to our shores for a string of national headline shows this November and December

July 31, 2018 Scene News

Frontier Touring and Arena Touring are delighted to announce US multi-talented singer/songwriter, performer Richard Marx will return to our shores for a string of national headline shows this November and December.

An icon in the industry, Marx celebrates a 3 decade long career with 11 glorious albums. Having sold 30 million records worldwide and five Grammy nominations under his belt, Marx is renowned for his heartfelt ballads dusted with classic rock. […]

Q&A Scene: Guitarists’ Special ~ Peter Baylor

July 30, 2018 Mary Boukouvalas

Peter Baylor has been a musician synonymous with the Australian “ roots’ music scene
professionally since 1980. His eclectic guitar and vocal style encompasses classic swing jazz,
Rhythm N’ Blues, Western swing, Gypsy jazz, Rockabilly, country , Old timey and folk forms. His
distinctive sound has been heard in bands as diverse as The Dancehall Racketeers, The Baylor
Brothers, Mic Conways Whoopee band, Doug Parkinsons Buddy Holly show, Ultrafox, The
Starliners, The Eddies, Tom Bakers swing st Orchestra, The Cairo Club to name a few. […]

Scene News: Diesel, Harts, Bec Sandridge & More Added To Melbourne Guitar Show

July 26, 2018 Scene News

As we draw closer to the 2018 Melbourne Guitar Show (August 4&5 Caulfield Racecourse),
exhibitors are beginning to announce their on-stand talent and finalise their clinic sessions and
some of the names which have been added to the show are huge.

Since the second announcement a month or so ago, names that have been added to the 2018
Melbourne Guitar Show include: Diesel, Harts, Bec Sandridge, Slowly Slowly, Jack Jones (aka
Irwin Thomas), Kirk Lorange, Damnations Day, the Omnific, Malcura and Michael Paynter…
and they’re just the ones we know about! […]

Recipe Scene: Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake

July 25, 2018 Kate Delbridge

I’m always a bit anxious when it comes to unmoulding an unbaked cheesecake –
will it have set, or will it form a liquidy pool on the serving plate? This si a very
good recipe and works every time – no need to fear with it. I do however always
use full fat Philadelphia cream cheese as I worry that the lighter version won’t
have the staying power. If you don’t want to do the raspberry swirls you can
leave it as a classic vanilla cheesecake, or add a little lemon or lime juice to give it
a hint of citrus. I’ve included enough crumb mixture to go up the sides of the
cheesecake, however I usually make less and just have it on the base. And as
always, make sure the cream cheese is room temperature or it won’t incorporate
properly. […]

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