Music Scene

Snap Scene: Suzi Quatro – Bendigo Racecourse, Melbourne 23rd Feb 2019

American rock’n’roll queen Suzi Quatro headlined the sold-out Red Hot Summer Tour concert at Bendigo Racecourse in regional Victoria on Saturday 23 February 2019. The 68-year-old from Detroit has been rocking audiences since 1964 and has now sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. After releasing her eponymous debut album in 1973, she quickly became the first female bass player to be a major rock star. […]

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Snap Scene: Baby Animals – Bendigo Racecourse, Melbourne 23rd Feb 2019

Baby Animals played a sold-out Red Hot Summer Tour concert at Bendigo Racecourse on Saturday 23 February 2019. Celebrating their new Greatest Hits album, they performed a ten-song set of classics in front of 7,000 people. Baby Animals is singer Suze DeMarchi, guitarist Dave Leslie, drummer Mick Skelton (Thirsty Merc, The Party Boys) and bassist Dario Bortolin (Jimmy Barnes, Dragon, Olivia Newton-John). The band’s self-titled debut album was released in 1991 and spent 6 weeks at #1 in Australia (keeping Nirvana’s Nevermind out of the top spot), winning them multiple ARIA Awards, and achieving multi-platinum sales in Australia. […]

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Snap Scene: The Angels – Bendigo Racecourse, Melbourne 23rd Feb 2019

Legendary Australian rock band The Angels performed in front of a 7,000-strong sold-out crowd at Bendigo Racecourse in Victoria on Saturday 23 February 2019 as part of the Red Hot Summer Tour concert. After forming in Adelaide during 1974, lead guitarist Rick Brewster and his brother John Brewster on rhythm guitar remain the longest standing members of The Angels, and the core songwriters and producers for the band. John’s son Sam Brewster plays bass, and Nick Norton is the drummer. […]

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Scene News: Jess Cornelius (Teeth & Tongue) shares new single video No Difference

Jess Cornelius, the New Zealand-born, Australian-raised, and now Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter, has an intense desire for personal authenticity, which is reflected in her songs as they explore womanhood, relationships, ageing and existence, all delivered through her startling voice. Today, Cornelius is proud to share with us her gorgeously cinematic video for new single, “No Difference” Written in Melbourne before moving to Los Angeles while trying to navigate everything going on in her life, the song is part self-help mantra, part blind fatalism. Its video, directed by Thomas Hyland, was filmed in a bathroom in Melbourne and features friends and acquaintances of Cornelius. […]