They kicked off back in 1986 as The Poor Boys, hailing from Darwin. On 13 June 1994 they released debut album, Who Cares, which peaked at No. 3 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The lead single, “More Wine Waiter Please” reached No. 30 on Billboard’s Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and was a top ten hit in Australia. The Poor disbanded in 2000 but reformed in 2008 and issued two further albums, Round 1 (October 2009) and Round 2 (October 2010). […]
LA’s Iconic Synth Electro-Pop Pioneers, BERLIN finally announce their first headline Australian shows since 1985! Fusing provocative lyrics with an electronic sound that had as much in common with Donna Summer as it did Kraftwerk, BERLIN created a sound that was both […]
On arriving at the venue you can’t help but notice the die hard, rusted on, fans of Kiss in various interpretations of Kiss characters. The atmosphere was electric in anticipation of the fun approaching. […]
The ‘End Of The Road’ tour, which began in January 2019, is undoubtedly the biggest and best KISS show ever (and that’s saying something), receiving incredible reviews from both diehard KISS fans and the media at sell-out shows across the globe. […]
Punk rockers of Australia and New Zealand unite! For the first time in history two of the most influential and enduring punk bands of all time are heading down under together. Fans never thought they would see the day so get ready to tick this off your bucket list as LA heavyweights Social Distortion and Bad Religion team up and hit our shores in February 2023. […]
This 4 piece lineup faithfully recreates the sounds of Eric Clapton’s 50 year career, a career that has spanned rock music in all its incarnations, selling over 280 million records and winning 18 Grammys.
There are just 10 days to go until Fist Full of Rock – featuring the ultimate line-up in Australian hard rock, The Angels, Baby Animals, Rose Tattoo and The Poor – hits the stage at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on September 2. These four incredible bands will showcase the quintessential setlist of Australian rock anthems. […]
It’s impossible for an Australian of a certain vintage to imagine those late ’90s summers without those delirious early Jebs singles — ‘Jerks of Attention’, ‘Leaving Home’, ‘Teflon’, ‘Harpoon’, ‘Animal’ — blasting out of every car radio and festival PA from Summersault to the Falls to Homebake.
Dallas Crane are a triple ARIA Award nominated Australian alternative rock band from Melbourne. Their self-titled third album was released on 10 July 2004, and peaked in the ARIA Albums Chart top 50. Its lead single, “Dirty Hearts” (June 2004), debuted in the related ARIA Singles Chart top 50.
End of Fashion are an Australian pop rock band from Perth, Western Australia. The group gained mainstream attention with its 2005 single, “O Yeah”, that was voted into eighth position of the “Hottest 100” poll, compiled by Australian youth radio station, Triple J. The group has released three studio albums. In January 2014, the band took a hiatus before reforming for their first show on 22 September 2018 at the Indian Ocean Hotel in Scarborough. […]