This show pools the pinnacle of Australia’s musical talent, both vocalists and musicians, to capture the magic and emulate the spirit of Led Zeppelin’s signature sound. Inimitable Creative Director, Joseph Calderazzo will lead an all-star 9 piece band, including string section to recreate and reinterpret benchmark releases including ‘Stairway To Heaven’, ‘Black Dog’, ‘Kashmir’, ‘Babe I’m gonna leave you’, ‘Kashmir’, ‘Battle of Evermore’ ‘Rock and Roll’ and so many more. […]
With his local friends, 1960s pop star Buddy England, Jenny Blake and Rod Hulls, and a special guest appearance from the Young Voices of Macedon, this mini musical takes us on a nostalgic journey back to “The musical Olympics of the Sixties” when Athol and The Seekers stormed the international musical charts. […]
Without any doubt, only one duo is able to evoke sinister settings like the world of bleak woods lurking behind Norwegian wafts of mist. And that duo is SATYRICON. Formed in Oslo in 1991, the legendary SATYRICON made an immediate and enduring impact when they emerged from the flourishing Norwegian black metal scene. With their latest opus ‘Deep calleth upon Deep’ released in September 2017 on Napalm Records, the masters Satyr and Frost properly dispense the darkest art of metal: The resulting album is erratic and destructive, in addition to being raw and pure. It plows. It’s progressive. It mounts an unapologetic sonic attack filled with black metal anthems. […]
Paying tribute to R.E.M. performing songs from their rich back catalogue including – Losing My Religion, The One I Love, Man on the Moon, It’s The End of the World, Radio Free Europe, Drive, Orange Crush, Everybody Hurts, The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight, Nightswimming, Stand, Fall on Me, Driver 8, Shiny Happy People plus plenty more. […]
The Corner Hotel hosted the sold out Chris Wilson Benefit which featured birlliant performances from Harem Scarem, Heinous Hound, The Crown of Thorns, Three Kings, Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk, Barb Waters, Kerri Simpson, Jo Jo Smith, Shane O’Mara, Shannon Bourne, Phil Para, Eliza and Talei Wolfgramm and Fenn & George Wilson. With all proceeds going to Chris and Sarah Wilson and family. […]
Spencer P Jones, (Beats of Bourbon, The Johnnys, Paul Kelly) passed away on the 21st of August after a long battle with cancer. His wife Angie confirmed the news on Facebook overnight.
“My husband, my partner, my soulmate and my friend Spencer Patrick Jones passed away peacefully earlier this evening holding my hand after being sung a beautiful song by Angela Howard,” she wrote.
“It was truly beautiful and he is now at peace with his brothers in arms Brian H Hooper and Ashley Morgan Jones.”
Here are a few of the memories we have of Jones over the years. […]
The multiple Grammy-winning songwriter has topped the charts: from pop to country to disco numerous times with interpretations by some of the industry’s greatest. He’s worked with Glen Campbell, Art Garfunkel, Linda Ronstadt, and too many others to name. Jimmy’s been covered by everyone from Guns n’ Roses to Josh Groban to Little Big Town. Since Webb’s Grammy sweep in 1968 when his own “Up, Up and Away” and “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” vied for Song of the Year (and “Up” won), to the use of his “Do What You Gotta Do” in Kanye West’s “Famous,” the man often praised as “America’s Songwriter” remains an icon in popular music – and continues to challenge his artistic boundaries with projects like a classical nocturne. His most famous songs are touchstones for a generation yet remain timeless – “MacArthur Park,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Worst That Could Happen,” and “Galveston.” His memoir, The Cake and the Rain, The Wall Street Journal (USA) described as “quite possibly the best pop-star autobiography yet written.” […]
Jimmy Webb is a living legend as one of the great songwriters of the modern era. The average Joe probably wouldn’t recognize him if they passed him on the street but if they heard a chorus of one of his songs, I’m sure the melodic recall would be instantaneous. A frequent visitor to our shores, Webb has built friendships within our music community and tonight’s show was all about the songs as interpreted by these friends. […]
Grammy winning legendary guitarist for Emmylou Harris and Eric Clapton returns for first Australian shows this decade. “He’s the greatest guitarist in the world. The ultimate virtuoso. His skill is extraordinary, his ear is extraordinary and he’s gifted on just about every level.” – Eric Clapton
Albert Lee is one of the absolute greatest guitarists in both rock and country music history. Included on Albert’s CV are performances and recordings with Keith Urban, Tommy Emmanuel, Dave Edmunds, Willie Nelson, Bill Wyman, Carlene Carter, Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash, Bert Jansch, Herbie Mann, Keith Richards and Dolly Parton. […]
The 2018 return of the Melbourne Guitar Show rocked Caulfield Racecourse on August 4th and 5th. This year, it was bigger than ever.
Proudly presented by Triple M and Australian Musician, the lineup boasted an impressive haul of both local and international artists, and featured amongst the bunch was none other than UK guitar legend Albert Lee.
In addition to some killer performances from the artists on this massive lineup, #MGS2018 also held a monster exhibition that featured a gigantic variety of electric and acoustic guitars, effects pedals, amps and more state-of-the-art guitar technology, both home-grown and from around the world. Its Australia’s biggest guitar pop-up shop, and that’s not all. The Melbourne Guitar Show hosted information seminars, demonstrations, and live performances from Australia’s most talented guitarists.