Greedy Smith answers a few questions for What’s My Scene ahead of hitting the stage with Mental As Anything at the Flying Saucer Club this Friday night and at the Meredith Music Festival on Saturday. What’s your favourite work at this point […]
I saw a lot of really great gigs last year and it was hard to narrow it down to just 10. That’s why I ended up choosing 12.
In no particular order: Violent Femmes, The Church, Simple Minds, James Taylor, Martin Cilia, Peter Hook & the Light, Santana, The APIA Good Times Tour with Mental As Anything, Died Pretty, Midnight Oil and Daryl Braithwaite. […]
As well as nearly 40 years of recording and non-stop touring, Mental As Anything have released 25 top 40 hits in Australia. Expect to hear favourites such as “If You Leave Me, Can I Come Too?” and “Too Many Times”, as well as an outstanding and charismatic live performance from the band.
They will be supported by Taxiride, one of Australia’s premiere recording and live performance bands. After having toured the world with their unique vocal harmonies in acoustic and electric shows over the last 10 years, Taxiride are returning to Melbourne Public who are eagerly awaiting their return to the MP stage. […]
Nearly 40 years of recording and non stop touring. 25 top 40 hits in Australia. Sustained international airplay and Mentals are still at it. Martin Plaza and Greedy Smith are always writing songs. They can’t stop! Here comes a loony chunkabilly track from Plaza. Slide guitar harmonica and laconic vocal take us to his bedlam. -Goat Tracks In My Sandpit-. A troubled soul? […]
Leading up to the Melbourne Guitar Show, What’s My Scene will be celebrating GUITARISTS. Stay tuned for our exclusive Q&As, Vintage Guitar Scenes, Snap Scene features, and much much more. A selection of some of Mandy’s favourite […]
The annual Apia Good Times Tour visited Costa Hall in Gellong with The Black Sorrows with Vika + Linda Bull, Colin Hay (Men at Work), Mental as Anything and Deborah Conway. 2017’s line-up of legends have […]
The annual Apia Good Times Tour visited the Ulumburra Theatre in Bendigo with The Black Sorrows with Vika + Linda Bull, Colin Hay (Men at Work), Mental as Anything and Deborah Conway. 2017’s line-up of […]
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 […]