TOUR ALERT: Amy Shark

Fresh off her ‘Cry Forever’ arena tour, AMY SHARK has announced a mammoth 42-date regional tour. With one show still remaining on her national run (Perth’s RAC Arena on May 13), Amy Shark will now bring her critically acclaimed Cry Forever and Love Monster albums to regional fans right across Australia on her See U Somewhere tour. Kicking off at Bunbury’s Regional Entertainment Centre on May 19, Shark will perform another … Continue reading TOUR ALERT: Amy Shark

TOUR ALERT: The Veronicas

FORMIDABLE Queensland pop duo The Veronicas will hit the road mid-year, smack bang between their TWO studio album releases due this year. That’s right, folks – not only will Lisa and Jess Origliasso release Godzilla in May, they will also release a second album, Human, in July, taking the whole thing on the road throughout June. The girls will also be appearing on our television … Continue reading TOUR ALERT: The Veronicas

Your Legen-dairy 2020 Groovin The Moo Lineup Is Here

Australia’s biggest and best(est) touring regional festival, Groovin The Moo, has once again hand picked the cream of Australia’s crop together for one hell of a moo-sick lineup to herd around the country. We knew Dope Lemon, AKA Angus Stone, was performing from what he let slip on social media a few weeks ago. But today was the full official announcement on triple j’s breakfast … Continue reading Your Legen-dairy 2020 Groovin The Moo Lineup Is Here

Elton John lets rip at security in Perth

Look, it’s fair to say we don’t know the whole story here but Elton John for PM, please and thank you. The English legend halted his second Australian farewell concert in Perth last night – one of the final of around 300 in the Farewell Yellow Brick Road worldwide tour – to give security an absolute mouthful when he saw a couple of guards apparently … Continue reading Elton John lets rip at security in Perth

Simply Plan for Good Things: Aussie Sideshows Announced

Canadian pop punk legends Simple Plan don’t need an introduction. With over 10 million worldwide sales and countless accolades including multiple MuchMusic Awards, an Allan Walters Humanitarian Award, a Teen Choice Award and many international MTV Award nominations, the multi-platinum rockers have five studio albums to their name and don’t look like slowing down any time soon. 2018 saw the band perform throughout the USA, headlining … Continue reading Simply Plan for Good Things: Aussie Sideshows Announced

The Who’s Who of Groovin The Moo (and why you should see them) PT I

When this year’s Groovin The Moo lineup was announced, a lot of people were posting the same thing across social media: who? “I don’t even know these people,” seemed to be a common sentiment, particularly amongst those aged over 22. So to help you out, we’re going to go through the line up and let you know who they are, and why you should see … Continue reading The Who’s Who of Groovin The Moo (and why you should see them) PT I

Cairns to get two massive gigs in early 2019

North Queenslanders won’t miss out on shows early next year, with two acts announcing Cairns dates in the last two days. ARIA-winning Courtney Barnett announced yesterday she will be doing a show at Tanks Arts Centre on 31st January with Camp Cope, whilst US RNB artist Nelly today announced a show at Gilligan’s on 5th February. Courtney’s show is one of only two in the … Continue reading Cairns to get two massive gigs in early 2019

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Dedicates Song to North Queensland Murder Victim

Toyah Cordingley was a beautiful, highly popular 24-year old animal and music loving young lady living a carefree life in Cairns, North Queensland. Toyah’s body was discovered in sand dunes at Wangetti Beach, north of Cairns, on October 22, a day after she was reported missing. Toyah was taken from us way too early. A young lady just walking her dog on a beach was brutally … Continue reading The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Dedicates Song to North Queensland Murder Victim