As Portishead blares through the speakers, Sharon Van Etten and her five-piece band make their way to the dim lit stage. The synth driven, brooding “Jupiter 4” opens the set, evoking a mood of other […]
One of the most successful bands of all time, STATUS QUO returned to Australia performing a handful of exclusive concerts as part of their Last Night of The Electrics tour.
STATUS QUO’s thunderous electric live show at Hamer Hall was packed with hits from their enormous catalogue including “Whatever You Want”, “Rockin’ all over the World”, “Down Down”, “Roll Over Lay Down”, “Caroline”, “In the Army Now” and many more. […]
We heard how he stayed up late watching tv in ‘Hustle ‘76’ and subsequently ordered the compilation album of the same name (which he informed us actually never arrived!). He started his first band in ‘The Blizzard of ‘78’ and got big laughs from the line “At rehearsal we made The Shaggs sound like Yes”. The audience was clearly on his wavelength. Musically, the live band brought the songs to life flawlessly. […]
Glenn Hughes played his last concert with Deep Purple on March 15, 1976, at Liverpool’s Empire Theatre. On that night, the UK bassist and vocalist walked away from one of history’s truly game-changing rock phenomena and never looked back — until now. […]
America are frequent touring visitors to our shores and this is most probably influenced by the fact that Beckley’s wife is Australian, from Melbourne he specified during the show. They have been stalwarts of the […]
Deborah Conway & Willie Zygier opened the show, with members of the Black Sorrows as their backing band (John McCall – keys, Tony Floyd – drums, Mark Gray – bass). They brought out their daughters […]