Snap Scene: Bon Scott sculpture unveiling – ACDC Lane, Melbourne 6th March 2018

March 7, 2018 Paul Miles

A permanent art installation of legendary singer Bon Scott was unveiling during a media launch in Melbourne’s AC/DC Lane on Wednesday 6 March 2018, which was supported by the Victorian Government’s Rockin’ the Laneways initiative. After some words from one of Cherry bar’s owners and band bookers, James Young, it was over to the street artist Mike Makatron and Bon Scott’s son, Dave Stevens, to unveil the new artwork of the late AC/DC front-man. […]

Metal Scene: #1 July 2017

July 6, 2017 Sharon Brookes

Welcome to the new column for those punters who order their music ripped. Melbourne (and Aussie) peeps have always supported talent that has crawled out of spaces so small as to be forgotten by the […]

Star Scene: Ken Murdoch

June 13, 2016 Mary Boukouvalas

Ken Murdoch’s scene is one of contentment. The singer-songwriter and guitarist from legendary ‘70s Aussie rock band, TASTE, states that his scene is: “being incredibly happy with my band, my album and my life at […]

Q&A Scene: Nick Barker

January 21, 2016 Mandy Hall

Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour? “Hell Aint a Bad Place to Be – The Story of Bon Scott” is a narrated concert about the life of Bon Scott. How would you describe […]