The District at SkyCity is excited to announce that Killing Heidi is ready to rock the tailor-made live music venue on Wednesday, July 7. Twenty years ago, Ella and Jesse Hooper were launched into high radio rotation and the success of their band, Killing Heidi, was something neither of them expected. Since then, they’ve morphed from explosive power pop into […]
The official return of Killing Heidi became more than a victory for South Australia at the end of 2016. The band’s official first show reunion actually occurred in our fine state at the Handpicked Festival in Langhorne Creek, but this re-emergence was really just a taste - a sampling of sorts
The statement by famed Author Aniekee Tochuikwu Ezekiel: “The more you know yourself, the less judgemental you become” - has an immeasurable lasting effect upon further exploration. The idea of discovering oneself is arguably a lifelong lesson, a journey that continues throughout the entirety of an individual’s existence.
Killing Heidi managed to transport the entirety of Lake Breeze wines to the late 90s and early 2000s, and it genuinely felt as if the group had never left music at all.
By Australian music heavyweights British India and The Potbelleez no less... in addition to The Veronicas and Killing Heidi. It's looking the goods.
Handpicked Festival returns to Lake Breeze Winery at Langhourne Creek in 2016 with arguably their biggest headline draw so far, as well as an Aussie band reunited for their first show in over a decade.
Ella Hooper’s debut solo album In Tongues drops today and it’s well worth the wait, for her and her fans. Hooper, who shot to fame as a teenager with her band Killing Heidi, has been busily writing, recording and touring, while maintaining a successful career as TV and radio host.
On Friday night, 9th May, fans of Ella Hooper past and present braved the cold and rainy weather to celebrate her comeback at Jive on Hindley Street.
Ella Hooper of Killing Heidi fame is back and she’s hit the music scene in a big way with a solo album, forthcoming tour and a gig on ABC’s Spicks and Specks. Hooper exploded into our radios and eardrums as a 17 year old, alongside her brother Jesse, with such hits as Weir and Mascara.
Singer, songwriter, radio and TV personality Ella Hooper has announced a national tour to celebrate her single, ‘Low High’, which is set appear on her forthcoming debut solo album, In Tongues.